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Yummy! Norwich confectionery company seeks chocolate testers

PUBLISHED: 12:22 02 April 2018 | UPDATED: 12:22 02 April 2018

The four flavours of Brooke & Amble chocolate, the new premium range from Norfolk chocolatier Gnaw. Picture: Lucy Kayne

The four flavours of Brooke & Amble chocolate, the new premium range from Norfolk chocolatier Gnaw. Picture: Lucy Kayne

Lucy Kayne

Norwich-based confectionery company, Gnaw Chocolate, are looking for a team of willing volunteers to taste test their handcrafted chocolates.

Founder of Gnaw, Matt Legon.
Byline: Sonya Duncan
Copyright: Archant 2017Founder of Gnaw, Matt Legon. Byline: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2017

Applications are open now, with 10 successful chocolate lovers being chosen at random and sent a tasting pack.

In return, Gnaw ask that the testers post a “descriptive” review of their products on Facebook and Google.

The company’s favourite review will also win a Gnawish Hamper filled with chocolate bars, buttons, Chompers and Hot Shots.

Gnaw Creator, Matt Legon, said: “We think our chocolate is scrumptious, but more importantly, we want to know what out customers think of our playful chocolate treats.

“It helps us no end when we are developing exciting new quirky flavours.”

If you fancy taking up chocolate testing, head on over to Twitter and tell the Gnaw Chocolate team why you’d like to get involved using the hashtag #GnawChocolateTasters.

But you’d better be quick as the team will be selected and notified during the week commencing April 3.

The overall winner of the hamper will be chosen by Monday, April 16.


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