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Coco & co give town diners a choccy treat.

POPULAR chocolatier Green & Black's pitched up in Leamington to feed hungry diners.

The company brought its retro van to the town as part of a nationwide tour which will see the team stop off at foodie "hot spots" in a bid to celebrate UK food culture and local recipes.

The van - named Coco - was at Regent Court on Friday to offer bars, fresh churros with sugar and lime zest, and a salted chocolate sauce fountain.

The inspiration behind the fountain came from the Royal Pump Rooms, which were opened in 1814 close to the River Leam.

Brandt Maybury, from Green & Black's, said: "Just as the salty pools of water used to attract visitors to the town, our salty pools of chocolate sauce did the same!"

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? Brandt Maybury, of Green & Black's dips a churro in the chocolate fountain

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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jul 25, 2016
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