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Would you pay $5 for a spoonful of Nutella?

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© Provided by MediaWorks NZ Limited A pop-up café in Melbourne has sparked outrage for selling teaspoons of Nutella for $5.

The café, Spoonful of Sugar, launched their first pop-up store with "sugar-loaded" treats, the catch being these desserts come on teaspoons.

On offer is a teaspoon of Naughty Nutella, Blissful Banoffee, Bold Butterscotch, Playful PB & J and Sinful Salted Caramello, all for just five bucks.

© Provided by MediaWorks NZ Limited The idea hasn't gone down well with the hipster rich society. One person took to Facebook, calling the idea, "the biggest spoonful of s--- I've ever seen".

"People in this city are literarily surviving on a few dollars a day and some bright spark thought this would be a good way to generate some income," they said.

Many others agreed saying, "This is a joke. Why open a pop up that will get more people laughing at you than buying off you?"

Some even pointed out that a whole jar of Nutella is only $5 so why not go buy a jar instead of just a spoonful.


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