Vego Launches Vegan White Chocolate Bar - Available Now

The bar follows the brand's cult 'milk' chocolate option, which features full hazelnuts. This bar is organic, Fairtrade, gluten, and palm-oil-free
Vego White Almond Bliss

Vegan brand Vego has launched a white chocolate version of its cult bar.

The Vego White Almond Bliss, which also features almonds, is available now from The Vegan Kind online supermarket, costing £2.09 for a 50g bar.

As well as being vegan, it is organic, Fairtrade, gluten, and palm-oil-free. According to The Vegan Kind, it comes in environmentally friendly packaging.

Vegan white chocolate

"We are so excited to be launching this groundbreaking new white chocolate from the amazing vegan chocolatiers at Vego," Scott McCulloch, Co-founder and CEO of The Vegan Kind, told Plant Based News.

"When they launched their chocolate spread late last year, we were swamped with orders at TheVeganKind Supermarket.

"People were buying them by the case load, and we expect this will be no different. We can't wait for you all to try it!"

Vegan chocolate spread
Vego chocolate spread

Vegan chocolate spread

The new bar follows The Vegan Kind's Summer 2018 launch of Vego Chocolate Spread.

Talking about the online launch of the product at the time, The Vegan Kind said: "We are so excited to launch Vego's brand new Hazelnut Chocolate Spread this month.

"You lovely bunch will be some of the very first people in the UK to try this amazing new product.

"And once you have finished your amazing chocolate spread, it comes inside a fabulous re-useable drinking glass, yay!"

You can buy the Vego White here

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