Do you enjoy the chocolate taste of Nutella? The freshness of a Tic Tac? Well now the product is going to be on display and sold at the Lithgow Visitor Information Centre for the first time.
These household favourites will be displayed with a "Proudly Made in Lithgow" message to showcase their home grown roots.
Nutella and Tic Tac have been manufactured by Ferrero in Lithgow for the Australian, New Zealand and East Asian markets for over 40 years.
Ferrero is a major employer in Lithgow, employing over 100 locals, making a strong contribution to the local, and state economies through the Lithgow factory.
Ferrero's Institutional Affairs Manager, Derek Lath said Ferrero was proud to be part of the Lithgow community.
"As a company always looking at ways to create and share values, by providing products to the Lithgow Visitor Information Centre we are committing to the ongoing support of the Tourism Industry in Lithgow," he said.
Mayor Ray Thompson said Lithgow City Council was very proud to partner with Ferrero to support Tourism in Lithgow and to highlight the 'hero' products that are manufactured here.
"This is a win for tourists, a win for Ferrero and a win for Lithgow as we continue to market and promote our destination," he said.
Ferrero's story began in the town of Alba, Italy, in 1946. Ferrero has grown from a patisserie store to become one of the world's largest confectionery companies, employing over 40,000 people across 55 countries. The Lithgow factory was the first factory Ferrero launched outside of its origins in Italy.
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