Dairy Free Milk Chocolate Alternative 100g
Dairy milk chocolate taste without the dairy milkAverage Reviews Customer Reviews Write Review
Plamil Foods have been making chocolate for over ten years now, but much has changed since those early pioneering days. They have refined and improved the cocoa supply in co-operation with their organic farmers and subtlety improved the methods they use to make their fine chocolate. Plamil Foods now has a wide range of superbly refined chocolates and organic flavours, cocoa percentage content, and Fairtrade cocoa bars for you to choose from.
Plamil Foods source their cocoa from a farming co-operative in the Dominican Republic, and unlike so many brands nowadays, they actually make their own chocolate in their own factory, which never uses dairy/animal, wheat/gluten or nuts. Being the first chocolate manufacturer to be registered in the UK by the Soil Association is only part of the story, Plamil products are also approved by the Vegan and Vegetarian societies.
Raw sugar (35%), cocoa butter (28%), soya flour (22%), cocoa mass (14%), emulsifier: sunflower lecithin, flavouring: natural vanilla.
Energy 2390kJ/573kcal, Protein 12.5g, Carbohydrate 46.5g, Fat 37.5g.
May contain traces of soya, manufactured under controlled conditions in the Plamil Food's own factory in which no nuts are never used.
The Plamil Foods factory is powdered by 100% renewable energy. Their bar has been hand moulded and surface appearance variations may occur.
Dairy Free, Lactose Free, Nut Free, Added Sugar, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wheat Free
Customer reviews - Dairy Free Milk Chocolate Alternative 100g
Sun 10th Oct 2010
Although I love all of the Plamil chocolate range this is my least favourite but I have still given it 5 stars because my kids disagree with me and say that it tastes lovely and nutty to them. Yum yum!Reviewer's Name:
Mrs KL Schofield My favourite nut, dairy free choc -
Wed 26th Sep 2012
I love Plamil. The chocolate tastes great, you don't need to eat much of it and because it's got a high cocoa content it's good for you too. I wish I could buy the Rum & Raisin one though. It's my absolute favourite and I can't seem to find it anymore.Reviewer's Name:
Mrs Ruth E Holroyd Delicious -
Wed 10th Oct 2012
I love these bars, and I love that raw sugar is used. It's easy to finish one bar so try to pace yourself and enjoy every bite. It has a nice, small list of ingredients though I know some people aren't sure about soya flour being used. Plamil uses soya flour a lot in their chocolate products and I can only say that it shows their expertise and attention to detail. I've personally found that using organic soya flour in cake making - or in my case the soya bi-products from making homemade tofu (okara/bean curd and the bits of congealed tofu that I missed in straining) - makes the desserts more tasty and with better texture than using the regular baking flours. I'm sure they would work well in non baked desserts too so I can see why they use soya flour in their chocolate. Anyway, alternative chocolate bars are always a bit pricey but for those who haven't tried making their own chocolate, this is a good start.Reviewer's Name: