"French court stops child from being named Nutella" is the title of a BBC news item today. This item reads, in relevant part:
French parents are usually free to choose the names of their children, but local prosecutors are empowered to report what they deem to be unsuitable names to a family court. ...
protected geographical indication in the European Union. The product is made by Ferrero [Merpel thinks this means "Smith"], which also includes Nutella as the filling of its Ferrero Rocher chocolates. Good news for parents is that "Hazel" is a long-accepted forename, currently in use for girls and even boys.
18 signs that your friend needs a Nutella intervention here
Why cats and Nutella don't mix here
Nutella as you've never heard it before here
Beer, pepper ... see what else Nutella is registered as a Community trade mark for here