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Cadbury’s first plant-based chocolate bar announced by Mondelez International
Cadbury, one of the most popular milk chocolates in the world, has unveiled its plant-based alternative. Mondelez International, which owns the brand, announced the vegan version of the Cadbury Dairy Milk this week.
Based on the report, the new milk chocolate bar emphasizes the company’s commitment to offering broader product choices to consumers. It was said that the new plant-based Cadbury chocolate was developed in more than two years at the company’s Bournville, England-based Global Centre of Excellence for Chocolate Research and Development.
“With 500,000 participants in this year’s Veganuary - double the number of participants from the year before, the increasing public appetite for varied snacking options and plant-based alternatives has never been more apparent,” Business Green quoted Mondelēz International UK’s managing director, Louise Stigant, as saying in a statement.
She added, “At Mondelēz, evolving consumer demands have long informed our ambition to provide a wide range of products that work for everyone and the new Cadbury Plant Bar range is the latest stop on this journey.”
People who love Cadbury’s will not be disappointed with its plant-based version because the formula was able to retain its famous creamy taste and smooth texture. The only difference is that the milk in the chocolate bar has been replaced with almond paste.
This ingredient gives the same taste and texture as milk while also adding a hint of nuttiness to add more flavor to the bar. Currently, Cadbury is offering two new flavors for its plant-based product line, and these are the Smooth Chocolate and the Smooth Chocolate with Salted Caramel. The vegan chocolates are said to have been registered and approved by the Vegan Society.
The Vegan Society’s vegan trademark marketing manager, Ericka Durgahee, further said that the release of the new Cadbury chocolate is just in time for World Vegan Day, which will take place on November 1. She said that their organization is thrilled that vegans who love and miss the said chocolate brand can now enjoy their favorite bar without the use of animal products.
Meanwhile, the new line of Cadbury plant-based chocolate bars will be available starting next month. Vegans and other people who are interested in this product can buy them in stores nationwide.