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Win a box of luxury chocolate truffles from Booja-Booja!

Five lucky readers will receive a 185g box of hazelnut crunch chocolate truffles from The Artist's Collection

This competition is now closed.

Jewish News and Booja-Booja, the multi award-winning vegan confectionery company, have teamed up to offer five lucky readers a box of 16 luxury Booja-Booja hazelnut crunch chocolate truffles from The Artist’s Collection.

Hand-painted by artists in Kashmir, India, using traditional art forms, this box makes the perfect gift for those who love vegan and organic chocolate, as well as beautiful things. 

The 185g box of truffles, which is also available in fine de champagne flavour, retails from £19.99.

For more than 20 years, Booja-Booja has worked closely with a social enterprise in Kashmir called Persian Dowery, whose artisans make The Artist’s Collection range of chocolate gift boxes.

Together they have given a real boost to the declining Kashmiri industry of papier mache production and decoration, growing from a team of 30 artists to an enterprise that hires approximately 150 people. 

Recognised as one of the leading vegan and free-from confectionery brands in the UK, Booja-Booja has won more than 140 awards for its chocolate truffles and vegan ice creams.

The company was recently named as a UK CoolBrand© by the Superbrands organisation.

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Terms and conditions: Five winners will receive a 185g box of The Artist’s Collection hazelnut crunch chocolate truffles from Booja Booja. The prize is as stated, not transferable, not refundable and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or exchanged in whole or in part for cash. By supplying your email address, you agree to receive marketing information from the JN Media Group or any of its affiliates and carefully selected third parties. The promotion excludes employees of Jewish News and the promoter, their immediate families, their agents or anyone professionally connected to the relevant promotion. Proof of eligibility must be provided on request. For full Ts and Cs, see

Closing date: 11 March 2021

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