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A 5-year-old girl in Australia has been told she can’t have her name printed on a Nutella jar because it's too provocative.

The name of that little girl – Isis – is now sparking a new battle over reclaiming the word, which up until recent years was tied only to a revered Egyptian goddess.

Isis’ aunt had tried to buy her niece five personalized jars of the hazelnut spread, only to be told later that the name was too controversial to be printed.

According to The Sydney Morning Herald, the CEO of Nutella’s parent company, Ferrero Australia, even contacted Isis’ mother personally to stand by the decision.

 “You are actually making my daughter's name dirty,” said the girl’s mother. “You are choosing to refuse my daughter's name in case the public refers to it negatively.”

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