The International Chocolate Awards aims to highlight the best in fine chocolate to consumers by judging bars and filled chocolates (bonbons, pralines, ganaches) in national and regional rounds with a Grand Final judging the best of the best. The first year, 2012 included rounds in Italy, the UK, the USA with the first year’s Grand Final in the UK in October, coinciding with Chocolate Week. 2013 added an Israeli national competition and other country rounds are in development.
Entries to the Awards are welcomed from both international chocolate makers and chocolatiers.
This year's European round is now open to receive entries. The Semi-final judges plain/origin dark, milk and white bars and all other categories except for countries that had their own competition.
The competition is open to European, African and Asian companies (Asia Pacific may enter this competition or the Americas Semi-final, according to where their main market is.)
The closing date for is 17 April, so please get your entries in soon online at www.internationalchocolateawards.com/enter.
Following the results of our Entrants and Industry surveys, this year we've added new white chocolate categories for flavoured bars and filled chocolates.
Full details of the rules and categories can be downloaded in PDF form here.
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