Chocolate Choices – what’s out there for Vegans?

Everyone loves chocolate, and what’s not to love? But what are the best chocolate options for vegans?

We’ve picked some of our favourite brands and given you the low-down on why we love them.

Moo Free is a world leading manufacturer of dairy free, gluten free, organic and vegan chocolates that actually taste like milk chocolate. They replace use rice milk instead of cow’s milk, and their award winning chocolate is dairy free, gluten free, wheat free, lactose free, casein free and suitable for vegetarians and registered vegan.

Moo Free chocolates are made using organic and ethically sourced ingredients and environmentally friendly packaging.

Moo free have many flavours and textures to suit everyone, especially children. Mint, honeycomb and banana are some of our favourite flavours. They also offer a seasonal chocolates for Christmas and Easter.


dairy free | gluten free | wheat free | lactose free | soya free | vegan

plamilPlamil has been making quality, dairy free chocolates for decades. Their organic, luxury chocolate contains no added sugar, and that dairy taste without the dairy. So they’re suitable for those allergic to dairy milk chocolate as well as vegans and vegetarians.

Plamil offer chocolate bars, chocolate flakes, chocolate drops, and no added sugar options in their large and varied range, which makes baking, drinking a eating chocolate a breeze for vegans.

 Dairy Free | Lactose Free | Nut Free | Vegan | Vegetarian | Wheat Free


XYLIIf you’re vegan, and also looking for a good sugar substitute bar of chocolate, this chocolate is probably perfect for you. The great thing about this brand is that the usual ‘sugar-free aftertaste’ is missing from this chocolate!

A rich and luxurious dark chocolate bar sweetened with xylitol rather then sugar. Xylitol is an ideal alternative for anyone who prefers a healthier lifestyle. It is safe for diabetics and is excellent as part of any weight management program.

What is Xylitol?

Xylitol is a Birch tree sugar which is just as good as regular sugar. It is a natural sweetener with many health benefits, and it is low GI with 40% less calories when compared to sugar.






Dairy Free | Gluten Free | Nut Free | Vegan |Vegetarian | Wheat Free


Conscious Chocolate is a small cottage industry, as every part of the process is lovingly done by hand. All the chocolate is packaged in recycled materials making it conscious wrapping for conscious chocolate.

This range is created from premium quality, organic, raw and primarily wild ingredients – delicious, hand –made, vegan chocolate bars!

Not just vegan friendly but also suitable for people who are on sugar free, or gluten free diets, and for diabetics and raw foodists. It is made from ingredients that have been grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides.


Dairy Free | Gluten Free | Vegan | Soya Free

RAWCDragons’ Den winner the Raw Chocolate Company started making chocolate treats for children and their friends, but wanted to make something not only delicious, but also healthy.

We find their chocolate to be smooth, delicious and we think the ingredients they use are some of the finest you could choose, and make what we believe to be a really good bar of chocolate!

What is Raw Chocolate?

The cacao used to make the chocolate has been sun dried and not heat treated. It has been minimally processed to keep it as close to the natural state hanging off the tree.  This also means all their products are vegan and very pure. Additional ingredients are kept to the minimum so that you can taste the purest cacao which is enhanced by the best additional ingredients.

All of their cocoa and vanilla ingredients are Fairtrade certified by the Fairtrade Foundation, and this means that the farmers get a decent price for their produce and their communities get assistance in the form of housing programmes, business training and education.

The Raw Chocolate Company also make: Superfood and Protein powders, chocolate covered nuts, berries and dried fruit, and more!


Organic | Vegan | Gluten Free

Finally, if you’re looking for more vegan chocolate choices, try our Chocolate Alternatives shelf for our complete range of dairy free chocolate.

Do you have a favourite vegan-friendly chocolate? We’d love to hear from you!

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