Nutella controversy!

The popular hazelnut spread brand recently rolled out its "Say It With Nutella" campaign in France, which allows customers to have their name or a message written on a jar of the delicious, gooey stuff. But it turns out only certain descriptors are considered PC enough.

According to UK-based Pink News, the words "lesbian," "Muslim" and "Jewish" are banned. The complete list was discovered by the site RTL Reports, which searched the Nutella site's source code.

Other words reportedly not OK, according to Nutella: "orangutan," "boycott" and "palm oil," the controversial ingredient that is to thank for the luscious flavor of Nutella.

Nutella issued a statement:

"Negative or insulting terms were directly removed from the options field. Similarly, terms of communities that are often subject to attacks by malicious people were removed from the possibilities."

So if you're a proud, Jewish lesbian, and you want people to know it, you're just going to have to find another way.