A FUDGE shop in Windsor is celebrating in style as it marks 39 years in confectionary.
Fudge Kitchen, on Thames Street, is set to hold its Fudge Goes Formal event on April 4 and 5.
The team is celebrating their hard work and dedication through a challenging two years during the pandemic.
In 2021, with a new focus on e-commerce and the shops back up and running, Fudge Kitchen saw their online business double.
The celebration will see 54 employees from all areas of the business attend a formal dinner and dance at the Castle Hotel, followed by a day of team activities in and around Windsor.
Fudge Kitchen managing director Sian Holt said: “With our shops so widely spread across the UK, it’s important to take the time to get the teams together.
“This year we can collectively applaud our survival and celebrate all that we have achieved, from a re-brand to making great headway along our sustainability journey.
“Afterall, that’s our purpose – to make life sweeter and we’re geared up and ready for 2022 and beyond.”
On Tuesday, April 5, the Windsor shop will remain open for customers enjoy watching a fudge making competition.
Each team will be tasked with making a flavour, including clotted cream, white chocolate and Belgian chocolate swirl.
The fudge will be judged on the team’s fudge making skills, the cleanliness of their work area, the final batch and weight of slice which needs to be as close as possible to 185g.