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“The search is finally over:" Ferrero announces new faces of Kinder Chocolate
 
Ferrero’s search for the Faces of Kinder is over.  Six lucky winners have been selected from among thousands of entries from across the UK and Ireland to appear on the Kinder Chocolate range.
 
The competition, now in its fourth year, asked parents to submit what their child would like to have their face painted as and why. The photographs were then posted on an online gallery for people to view.  A shortlist was created following a public vote and then the winning entries were selected by an independent panel based on their creativity and originality.
 
There is one lucky Irish winner from Enfield, Jessica, aged 6.  Jessica said she would love to have her face painted as a zebra “because each one has different stripes like people.”
 
A spokesperson from Ferrero said: “Our Face of Kinder competition continues to capture the imagination of children and parents alike. The number of creative, thoughtful entries received was astounding, which shows a real interest and engagement from families in the campaign. The Face of Kinder competition not only encourages creativity, but brings together parents and children across the UK and Ireland in a friendly, positive and engaging way. That’s what Kinder is all about, and we are proud and excited that so many people are joining in.”
 

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