Nestlé choco­lates is giv­ing you a chance to en­joy the good life

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With Nestlé’s Taste the Good Life cam­paign, you can win a range of prizes so that you can taste the good life in other ways too – not just via its de­li­cious choco­lates. You don’t need to be sail­ing a sun­set cruise in a beau­ti­ful lo­ca­tion to ex­pe­ri­ence the best life has to of­fer. A small prize, such as ex­tra air­time, sweet­ens life a lit­tle by al­low­ing you to chat to your loved one for longer. Get­ting tick­ets to a show al­lows you to spend qual­ity time with your besties.

Zanele Mthethwa, Busi­ness Ex­ec­u­tive Of­fi­cer for Con­fec­tionery at Nestlé SA, tells us more about this cam­paign.

How does the Taste the Good Life cam­paign work?

The Taste the Good Life cam­paign offers Nestlé choco­late-lovers a chance to be re­warded by win­ning a share of R3,5 mil­lion and other awe­some prizes, such as cash, air­time, smart­phones, tablets, cash or re­tail shopping vouch­ers. To en­ter, choco­latelovers should buy their favourite par­tic­i­pat­ing Nestlé choco­late and then dial *120*440* plus the last four dig­its of the bar­code.

What do you hope to achieve with the cam­paign?

We want to re­ward and de­light con­sumers for buy­ing their favourite Nestlé choco­late. As we all know, choco­late helps up­lift moods, so it’s a happy treat.

Will any of the choco­late brands be re­leas­ing new vari­ants? We have some great launches com­ing up this year, which I can’t yet reveal – keep an eye out for them.

For the food­ies out there, what’s the one dessert you rec­om­mend us­ing Nestlé choco­late?

I love many of them, but my favourite one is a four-fin­ger milk choco­late Kit-Kat, bro­ken into pieces and sprin­kled over good soft-serve ice-cream to en­joy over waf­fles. -

What do you nor­mally en­joy with Nestlé choco­late?

A cup of Nescafé, while read­ing a good book.

What’s the one thing you should never have with choco­late? Choco­late is fun and al­lows you to make your own rules, so don’t let any­one tell you how you should or shouldn’t en­joy it. Do it your way!

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