USA 15.11.2023

Microsoft has released an edible chocolate “Willy Wonka” gamepad

Microsoft has presented a unique version of the Xbox Series X game console. It was released in a single copy for the imminent release of the film about Willy Wonka, the hero of Roald Dahl’s fairy tale “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.”
Microsoft has released an edible chocolate “Willy Wonka” gamepad

The Xbox Series X console itself is designed in the style of a chocolate bar with the painting's logo on the front side. Along with the console, the manufacturer presented a number of unique accessories, as well as a completely edible controller made of chocolate.

The Willy Wonka-themed Xbox Series X Bundle includes a unique design for the Xbox Series X gaming console, an Xbox Series X Wireless Controller in Willy Wonka's unique cape color scheme, an edible chocolate Xbox controller in signature gold foil packaging, and a unique Xbox stand in the form of candy machine, as well as a set of five chocolate truffles.

A unique Xbox Series X bundle can be won on the Xbox social media page X (formerly Twitter). The draw starts on November 13th. Its results will be summed up on December 14.

Kazakhstani ice cream producers ended the warm season with a historical high. From May to September 2023, according to the Bureau of National Statistics (BNS), the country produced more than 46 thousand tons of ice cream and edible ice. This is 32.6% more than in the same period last year. Today, the share of domestic ice cream on the market is more than 80%.
Maks Fasteyev
Maks Fasteyev
Dairy Project Partner at INFAGRO Ltd.
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