Guylian Easter Egg Hunt competition

Enter for your chance to WIN one of 5 Special Easter Gifts. 


Special Easter gift contains a box of Guylian original chocolate Sea Shells 250g and a box of Guylian’s Temptations Easter Bunny 135g.

How To enter this contest:

1. Take a look at the product pages (English version and all product pages) and let me know how many eggs you’ve counted!
2. Tag 2 friends/ family member/ … who you would love to share this prize with
3. Comment what your plans are for Easter
4. Follow @guylianchocolates on Facebook and/or Instagram

Enter on the official Guylain Facebook or Instagram account.

Only one entry per page per person is allowed

Good Luck!

Contest Rules: (ASSUMED)

  • Single entry
  • Open to Worldwide
  • Quebec friendly
  • Age 18+
  • Valid Facebook or Instagram account

Enter to Win this contest Here (Facebook)

Enter to Win this contest Here (Instagram)

This Guylian Canada Contest ends on March 30, 2021

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Guylian Chocolate Canada

This brand has a French pronunciation. Did you know that a man by the name of Guy Foubert founded this company back in 1960?

It has now become one of the leaders in boxed gourmet chocolates.

Interestingly enough, the company got its name from both Guy and his wife, Liliane. That is such a beautiful thing to pass down for future generations.

Guylian is located in Belgium. You know that a company knows their chocolates when situated in Belgium. Where do you think Belgium chocolates originated?

Did you know that this company found its way to the Guinness World Record Book? They built the world’s most massive Easter Egg sculpture ever made. It took workers eight days to create this wonder.

Chocolate Seashells

Guylian Belgium Chocolate Seashells is undoubtedly one of the most selling items from this brand. People seem to crave these rich, melt-in-your-mouth morsels. Every year at Christmas, we have to purchase a box of these specifically for my husband’s grandmother, who is now well into her 80’s. Now that is staying power, in my opinion.