Vegan company, Moo Free, has expanded its range of chocolate bars, welcoming six new 'premium' flavors.
The 'world-leading manufacturer of vegan chocolate' announced the news on social media, following several teasers of a new release.
Moo Free's latest additions include a 45 percent cocoa chocolate bar, and two dark chocolate bars (65 percent and 85 percent cocoa.)
The chocolatier has also brought out Sea Salt and Caramel, Sea Salt and Lime, and Cinder Toffee flavored chocolate.
Co-founder of Moo Free, Mike Jessop, told Vegan Food & Living: "This is one of the greatest innovations in Moo Free's history. These are the premium chocolate bars consumers have been waiting for. Six new bars with bold, exciting flavors made with premium inclusions and ethically-sourced ingredients."
The new chocolate bars retail at £2.19 for an 80g bar, and are available to buy in most UK supermarkets.
Jessop added: "The fruity flavors of the single origin Dominican cocoa mass really come through with our brand new dark bars.
"Our bars are also guaranteed to be vegan and free from dairy, gluten, and soya as we don't have those allergens in the factory. Not all manufacturers can say the same!"
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