We’ve gone nutty with excitement over the launch of our two exhilarating new organic nut butter bars. Not all nuts and nut butters, are created equal. We’re here to help you navigate the world of nut butters and learn how to compare the various options.
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To celebrate the launch of our brand-new Vegan Chocolate Truffle Collection, we’ve compiled a list of fun facts about vegan chocolates. Whether you are new to veganism, are just trying to cut dairy out of your diet, or are a seasoned vegan and want to learn more, here are four vegan-related facts about chocolate.
Not all chocolate bars are created equal. It’s easy to make a chocolate bar with a beautiful label, but it’s harder to produce chocolate with a purpose. The grim reality of the chocolate industry is that cocoa farmers have been plagued with a long history of extreme poverty, child labor, and even slave labor. Despite good intentions by the chocolate industry, these issues are still prevalent.
Fall brings the arrival of comfy wool sweaters, soul-soothing pumpkin spice snacks, and chilly nights cozied up by the fireplace. But most of all, it’s finally cool enough to turn the oven on and enjoy baking again! However you choose to indulge, take your chocolate recipes to the next level, and bake with chocolate bars instead of chocolate chips.
Did you know that November is World Vegan Month?! An entire month to celebrate all things vegan. But, what does it mean to be vegan?
If you’ve ever looked for an excuse to eat more delicious dark chocolate, I’m sure you know about some of the health benefits that come along with its consumption. For one thing, a recent study found a correlation between countries with higher chocolate consumption and countries with a higher number of Nobel Prize winners.