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Cheryl Fernandez-Versini to launch Greggs charity chocolate bar

Published 25/08/2015

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini with the Belgian Chocolate Crunch Bars (Greggs/PA)
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini with the Belgian Chocolate Crunch Bars (Greggs/PA)
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is launching a new chocolate crunch bar in aid of her charity, Cheryl's Trust

X Factor judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has expanded her business empire and skills to include... chocolate.

She's teamed up with high street food retailer Greggs in a fundraising partnership with her charity, Cheryl's Trust, to launch a limited edition product: a Belgian Chocolate Crunch Bar.

Her chocolatey treat will go on sale on September 8 and will only be available for eight weeks.

All funds raised will help the trust, which supports disadvantaged young people in the North East of England.

It's the second big partnership win for Fernandez-Versini, whose charity teamed up with the Prince's Trust in January this year.

Their collaboration funded a new centre in Newcastle, to help "young people realise their potential and get their lives back on track".

"It's great to have Greggs on board supporting the Trust and helping to give back to the North East, it really is a project that is close to my heart," she said.

"It was lots of fun developing a special treat with Greggs, it was important for me to have something that I enjoy and I'm sure everyone else will love the Greggs Belgian Chocolate Crunch Bar too!"

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