Cadbury Is Looking For A Customer To Design Its Next Chocolate Bar - Here's How To Sign Up
If you're a chocoholic, you are going to love Cadbury's Go Madbury competition which allows members of the public to design their very own flavour of Dairy Milk.
It opens up the floor to chocolate fans to go wild and experiment with new flavours that will tickle their tastebuds.
And the best bit is that if you are one of three finalists selected, you will end up being your very own Charlie in a chocolate factory, stirring up your creation with the experts, experimenting with your idea until it's just right.
Your bar, along with the other two finalists', will then be launched in shops ready for the public to vote for their favourite.
The winner will then become the latest and most exciting addition to the iconic Cadbury Dairy Milk range as a limited edition bar for an entire year.
Oh and we really should mention the winning inventor will receive a year's supply of their own creation - that's an entire sharing bar a week. Sharing is caring.
It's only then that you will be able to dub yourself Willy Wonka officially.
With over 90,000 possible combinations to choose from, you will spoilt for choice when you head over to Cadbury's Inventor website to enter your unique spin on the much-loved bar.
But it's not just flavour that will help you steal the choco king or queen crown, because you need to be creative when it comes to naming it and explaining why your entry should win too.
Nobody said being a chocolate inventor was easy!
The good news is you can submit as many ideas as you like, so you can really heighten your chances of bagging that top spot.
Just make sure you are a resident of the UK or Republic of Ireland and you are 16 or older, or your entry won't be valid.
Feel free to be amusing with your entry, but keep it clean guys, as the Dairy Milk Family won't accept named bars that are rude, political, or offensive, naturally.
If you want top tips on what makes a winning bar, look to 2019's winner Callum Clogher who nailed it with the Choca-Latte bar which incorporated milk chocolate, coffee cream and digestive biscuit pieces.
We're seriously drooling, but can you top it in 2020?
Now hop to it inventors and enter here.
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Topics: Tasty Food