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To celebrate the launch of the new Snack Display website, Mondelēz has teamed up with the Fed to offer members a chance to win £100 worth of stock at retail price every month of 2023!

For your chance to win this June, simply visit the new Snack Display website and find the answer to this question:

“How many category tutorials are there on the Snack Display website?”

Found the answer? Email your full name, shop address, and answer to bd@nfrn.org.uk!

T&Cs:

*£100 worth of stock at retail price
Find the answer on the Snack Display website (www.snackdisplay.co.uk) and email bd@nfrn.org.uk with your answer, full name and shop address. This competition is exclusively for Fed members, and only correct answers will be entered into a prize draw on Friday, 30th June before 6pm.
Must be aged 18 years or over. Open to residents of the UK. The Fed’s Business Development team will only email you if you are a winner, to organise claiming your prize.
Winners will have 28 days from the email sent date to provide their details. Failure to respond within the allotted time will result in forfeiture of the prize. Entry signifies acceptance of T&Cs.
Promoter: Mondelēz International

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