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Kneeling from dawn till dusk, the Turkish farmers picking most of the hazelnuts that go into Nutella spreads complain of exploitation and meager pay, setting up a clash over labor rights.

The little heart-shaped nut that makes Nutella such a guilty pleasure is a cherished commodity in Turkey, which accounts for 82% of global exports.

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