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Guilt-free chocolate for Christmas, you say?

Guilt-free chocolate for Christmas, you say?


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 Seed and Bean

These organic and ethical chocolatiers have launched two four-bar Gift Boxes (£10.75) for the festive season; one packed with a selection of delicious dark bars (all suitable for vegans) and the other with four bars from their milk collection.




 Raw Halo

The two-year-old start-up have 12 varieties of organic and refined, sugar-free chocolates, each combining superfoods with rich Peruvian cacao. All bars are free from gluten, wheat and lactose. The Christmas gift box costs £18.99 for six bars




Ombar have added a new Coco Almond bar to their range. The latest addition boasts indulgent 60% creamy tasting dark chocolate and organic Ecuadorian cacao. Ombar have also supersized their existing Coco Mylk and 72% Raw Cacao bars to a new 70g size.




Absolute Black make 100% cocoa bars and have added two new flavours to their range, including Absolute Black with Orange and the Cocao nibs bar. Both the new bars are sugar, dairy and gluten free and suitable for vegans, coeliacs and those following no sugar diets.




Organic and made with minimal ingredients, Booja-Booja’s Norfolk-made chocolates are dairy, gluten and soya free. The Champagne box costs £19.99. The Gourmet Selection £16.99, the Special Edition Gift Collection just £12.99.



 The Raw Chocolate Collection Co

The cacao used here has been sun dried and not heat treated. Their products, which include Raw Chocolate Goji Berries, Raw Chocolate-coated Mulberries and Raw Chocolate-coated Almonds are vegan-friendly.





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