CONTEST: Green & Black Chocolate Holiday Prizepack

Green & Black’s premium, ethically sourced, organic chocolate invites Canadians to get together with family and friends and celebrate the holiday season with a chocolate dessert board!

Green & Black’s packaging features the recently launched Intensity Scale. Located on the front of each pack, the Intensity Scale measures the degree of cocoa, level of sweetness and overall flavour intensity, helping consumers easily identify which Green & Black’s Organic chocolate bars are best suited to their individual taste preference. From White, to Milk, to Dark 85%, the bars in the Organic range are rated from one to ten on the Intensity Scale, whereby the higher the number, the higher the intensity.

Green & Black’s chocolate bar

Green & Black’s wants to set up one of our readers with a chocolate dessert board, a full range of Green & Black’s chocolate bars (10 flavours total), fruit, nuts, candy – everything needed to create a chocolate board for holiday hosting valued at $120.

Green & Black’s Organic range:

• Organic White
• Organic Almond
• Organic Milk
• Organic Butterscotch
• Organic Sea Salt
• Organic Hazelnut & Currant
• Organic Maya Gold
• Organic Ginger
• Organic Dark 70%
• Organic Dark 85%

 

HOW TO ENTER

Contest Ends December 22, 2022. Open to Canadian residents. Must be 18+.

Facebook

1. Follow Toronto Guardian and Share the below post on Facebook.

2. Follow Toronto Guardian and Comment on the Facebook post below with your favourite Green & Black’s chocolate bar.

Twitter

3. Follow Toronto Guardian and Retweet the below Tweet on Twitter

4, Follow Toronto Guardian and Reply to the below Tweet on Twitter with your favourite Green & Black’s chocolate bar.

Instagram

5. Follow Toronto Guardian and Comment on the below Instagram post on Instagram with your favourite Green & Black’s chocolate bar.

6. Follow Toronto Guardian and Tag a friend in the comments who you think would love this prize.

 

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