There is a woman who is suing the Nutella company for false advertising. She says that in their commercials they claim their product is a health food and that it is misleading. She fed her 4-year-old Nutella until a friend pointed out the nutritional stats.
With the 21 grams of sugar in a 2 Tbsp serving, Nutella is chocolate sauce. I know this, I still eat it on occasion but it really is a dessert food.
Here is my issue with suing over this:
Nutella clearly states that it can be PART of a nutritious breakfast ALONG with fruits and whole grains. Consumers must be informed. Y0u cannot blame a company if you didn't read the label before filling your 4-year-old full of sugar. Nutella is obviously not peanut butter. If a jar of pb hid 21 grams of sugar in 2 Tbsp, there would probably be an issue (read the label anyhow, even natural brands often contain 4 grams, aka 1 tsp of sugar per serving). Nutella is like a candy bar, this is evident from the flavor, ingredients, and nutrition label. Her friend obviously took the time to look at the numbers. It isn't that hard.
Don't blame a company because you're too lazy to check a label.