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Competition info – Scandinavian Craft Chocolatier Competition 2021-22

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Scandinavian Craft Chocolatier Competition, 2021

Wettbewerbsort: Hannover, Deutschland
Teilnahmeschluss: Dezember 3, 2021
Datum des Wettbewerbs: November 14, 2021 – Dezember 17, 2021
Teilnahmeländer: Denmark, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden


Cacao sourcing and traceability

For 2021-22 we have relaunched our filled chocolate competitions as “Craft Chocolatier Competitions”, to celebrate and champion the chocolate makers and companies using cacao with an identifiable and traceable source.

We will now only accept dark and milk chocolate in any category with a declared and traceable source for the cacao. Couverture and blends are still acceptable, provided that the source of each cacao used is also declared. The sourcing information can either be public or declared in confidence with the Awards. (Note: this rule does not currently apply to white chocolate or cocoa butter).

This change brings our chocolatier entries inline with our bean-to-bar competitions, and we are proud to celebrate and support the work of the growers, chocolate makers and all the supporting industries working to produce the world’s best chocolate products.

Scandinavian Craft Chocolatier Competition

The Scandinavian Craft Chocolatier Competition celebrates the craft of chocolatiers and chocolate companies who create filled chocolates, truffles, ganaches, pralines, caramels, fondants, enrobed fruits and nuts and spreads made from chocolate couverture or from their own bean-to-bar chocolate. The competition also includes flavoured chocolate bars made from chocolate couverture.

Bean-to-bar chocolate makers of plain/origin and flavored bars can participate in the European Bean-to-Bar Competition, which will take place from November 2021 – January 2022 and will also be coordinated in Hannover, Germany.

Remote judging for all products

Because of the ongoing uncertainty with COVID restrictions and travel, the products for this competition will be received in our European logistical base in Hannover, Germany with our partner Chocolats-de-luxe.de. The entries will then be repacked as blinded samples and sent to our panel of judges and members of our international Grand Jury to judge at home using our online judging system. Reference sets of each submission will be held at the receiving venue in case of any issue with the samples sent to judges and products will be blinded as usual.

OUR FRESHNESS GUARANTEE – JUDGING WITHIN 3 WEEKS OF RECEIVING SAMPLES

We realise that your best creations can be delicate and have a short shelf life, and you want to be sure they are judged in the best condition. To help ensure the highest standard of judging, the competition will be held open for approximately five weeks from the date of opening and you can register and send your products at any time within this period.

Our judges will receive regular weekly or bi-weekly shipments of samples, which will be sent out every Monday and will include the samples received in the previous week. This will also help us to be flexible with any issues or delays caused by the ongoing COVID situation.

PLEASE DO NOT WAIT FOR THE LAST MINUTE DEADLINE! Send your samples early and they will be judged as soon and as fresh as possible.

Winners of the competition will pass through to the World Final, which will be held April – May 2022.


Qualifikation

This competition judges flavoured and filled bars made from chocolate couverture (not bean-to-bar) and truffles, ganaches, pralines, caramels, fondants, enrobed fruits and nuts, and spreads made from chocolate couverture OR bean-to-bar chocolate.

The competition is open to all companies with their main base or head office in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, Iceland, Greenland and associated territories.

All chocolate used in all entries in this competition must be made from cacao with a declared and traceable source. Details of the source must be provided when entering each product and will remain confidential. For products made with couverture, details must be obtained from the chocolate maker.

Restaurants, hotels, and chefs may enter provided their products follow the normal rules of the International Chocolate Awards and are available to consumers as part of a hospitality service.

Dieses ist ein Europa-regionaler bzw. länderspezifischer Wettbewerb für alle Kategorien außer Tafeln aus purer Herkunftsschokolade, bzw. Milch- und Weißer Herkunftsschokolade. Diese werden eigenständig bewertet beim Europäischen Halb-Finale in Deutschland.

Die Teilnahmegebühr für den Wettbewerb ist €50 zuzüglich €50 für jedes zu bewertende Produkt. (Eine mögliche Umrechnung in die lokale Währung erfolgt durch den Kreditkartenabrechnungsstelle – sofern nötig).


Wie man teilnehmen kann

Bitte melden Sie sich an oder registrieren Sie sich, um an dem Wettbewerb teilnehmen zu können.

Bitte lesen Sie die Teilnahmebedingungen, BEVOR Sie Ihre Produkte zur Teilnahme anmelden!

Info

Addresse für Mustereinsendungen

CHOCOLATS-DE-LUXE.DE GmbH
Scandinavian
Helmkestr. 5A
30165 Hannover
Deutschland

Contact: Michaela Schupp
Ph. (for deliveries only) + 49-511-78094370
Email (for deliveries only): michaela.schupp@chocolats-de-luxe.de

EORI-Nr. for customs: DE6647944

Daten

Bitte senden Sie keine Muster vor den Annahmedaten ein, damit Ihre Muster in der bestmöglichen Kondition für den Wettbewerb sind. Frische Produkte wie Ganaches, sollten Sie am besten in der letzten Woche vor Annahmeschluss einschicken.

  • Annahmedatum ab:
    Oktober 25, 2021
  • Annahmeschluss für Muster:
    Dezember 5, 2021
  • Teilnahmeschluss:
    Dezember 3, 2021
Muster Mengen

Bitte senden Sie folgende Mengen ein, damit wir genügend Verkostungsmuster für die drei Verkostungsrunden (Auswahl, Hauptrunde und Grand Jury Runde) haben:

  • Tafeln: 400g Totalgewicht
  • Pralinen: 40 Stück
  • Aufstriche: 300g