NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Goo Goo Cluster is excited to announce that for the first time since the Summer Chef Series inception in 2015, a talented roster of local pastry chefs will be featured!
This year’s series launches on Wednesday, June 26th, and will run through the end of September. The 2019 lineup includes six of Nashville’s best pastry chefs:
Kayla May, Josephine
Lisa Marie White, Marsh House
Rebekah Turshen, City House
Mathew Rice, Pastaria
Megan Williams, Etch &, etc.
Mike Colón, Goo Goo Shop & Dessert Bar
The new confections will be available for purchase at the Goo Goo Shop in downtown Nashville and online at googoo.com, with 10 percent of sales benefitting the Nashville Food Project. In addition to Goo Goo’s own retail channels, some of the chefs’ own restaurants will feature their creations for a limited time on dessert menus or as a grab-and-go item.
Flavors will rotate throughout the series, with a new flavor releasing every two weeks, and each available for purchase for at least four weeks. These new Premium candies will be announced on Goo Goo’s social media channels and website as they are launched.
To wrap up the series, Goo Goo will showcase all of the chefs’ unique flavors at Music City Food & Wine Festival on September 20th and 21st, 2019.
About Goo Goo Cluster
The Original Goo Goo Cluster, America’s first combination candy bar, was invented in 1912 in a copper kettle at the Standard Candy in Nashville, TN. The unique confection is a roundish mound of caramel, marshmallow nougat, fresh roasted peanuts, and real milk chocolate.
In 2014, Goo Goo Cluster, LLC opened the Goo Goo Shop and Dessert Bar, its flagship store located at 116 3rd Avenue South in downtown Nashville where Premium Goo Goos are made by hand daily in full view of visitors. The 4-ounce Premium confection comes in a variety of flavor combinations that rotate frequently. Visit googoo.com for more information.
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Contact: Beth Sachan | (615) 403-1318 | firstname.lastname@example.org