MUMBAI: GoNuts, a Mumbai based start-up that connects fans to their favorite celebrities via authentic & personalized experiences, collaborated with Morde Foods Pvt Ltd, one of the leading & the largest producers of Cocoa & Chocolate products in India to celebrate World Chocolate Day.
To celebrate chocolate day Gonuts has roped in from their platform, celebrity Chef, MTV VJ, and author Maria Goretti, along with Kunal Vijaykar, Food Writer, Author, and Television Personality, to have an exciting conversation as well as a live demonstration of making desserts with wholesome chocolate, Live on Maria’s Instagram handle. The event will be showcased on Tuesday, 7th July 2020 at 6.00 pm. This show aims to help the audience spark their culinary skills and use their creativity in their cooking experiments using chocolate.
Commenting on the collaboration with Morde Foods, Joji George, Co-Founder, GoNuts said, “We are extremely happy to announce our collaboration with Morde Chocolates. Amidst being homebound due to the pandemic, people have turned to culinary shows and surprise their loved ones with their culinary skills. On this World Chocolate Day, we wanted to showcase the joy of using chocolate in baking via an online show with stars who are on the GoNuts platform, to make the day special”
Speaking about the association Harshal Morde, Director, Morde Foods Pvt. Ltd. said, “World Chocolate Day is a celebration dedicated to passionate Chocolate lovers all over India & the world. For us, it’s been 37 years of serving world-class chocolates. Chocolate has brought engagement & joy during this current homebound situation. It’s a magic ingredient for every household. We are glad to partner with Gonuts to bring about this celebration.”
Adding on the association Maria Goretti, Chef, Author, Poet, and MTV VJ said, “It is my pleasure to be a part of the celebration on this World Chocolate Day. Despite the pandemic, it’s clear that peoples’ desire to connect with food has not dampened. With this association, I seek to inspire and encourage people to experiment with new recipes and sharpen their culinary skills while staying indoors.”
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