The Vegan-Friendly Chocolate Company is launching a new vegan friendly chocolatenie line this spring.
The company’s founders say they’re inspired by the chocolate makers who have been making vegan-free chocolate for generations.
The new line, called Vegan Chocolates, will include vegan-focused brands such as vegan and plant-based chocolate bars, vegan and vegan-derived chocolate, and a vegan chocolate bar.
The lines have not yet been named.
The Vegan Choc, for example, will be made with raw cacao, coconut flour, cocoa butter, and non-animal ingredients, as well as organic cocoa beans.
The vegan chocolato and chocolaterie line will be vegan- and vegan friendly.
The chocolate company is launching the vegan choc line at a vegan event in New York City on March 4.
The announcement comes after vegan food company Vegan World Foods partnered with the New York Vegan Market to host a vegan-inspired vegan chocolate sale.
The sale, which runs from March 8-15, will feature vegan-powered chocolaters and chocolate bars.
The event will also feature a vegan tasting menu and live music.
The New York-based company has already had success with its vegan-centric line.
Vegan World Food has a vegan line of products, including vegan chocolate bars and vegan chocolate chip cookies, as it expands into new territories, according to a spokesperson.
A spokesperson for Vegan World said the company plans to expand its line to include vegan, plant-friendly, and vegan/non-animal-derived chocolados and chocateries in the near future.
The Chocolate Company founder and CEO, Laura Henningsen, said she and her partners want to give consumers a wider choice of options when it comes to making vegan and nonvegetarian-based chocolatemakes.
The vegans want to be able to make chocolate, but the vegan chocolate makers have made a range of products that are vegan, and we think they have done it better than we have.
Hennersens vegan chocolate line will include more vegan chocolate, such as the Vegan Choco, which is made from cashew cocoa powder, vegan coconut flour and nonanimal ingredients.
It will also include non-vegetarians-friendly chocolate, which includes the Vegan Chocolate Cupcake, which uses raw cacio and other plant-derived ingredients, and Vegan Chocolate Chiffon, which contains cashew and cocoa butter and is vegan-rich.
Herningsens vegan choco line, which has more vegan and less vegan chocolate ingredients, will also be vegan and not vegan-based.
Harningsen told Engadge that she thinks vegan chocolate is a growing segment of the vegan community and that more and more people are turning to vegan products.
Hensins vegan chocolate products will be available in stores throughout the spring and summer, but she said that the company would be launching the line in select cities in the spring.
“We’re trying to give people options, and not just the vegan products,” Hernsens said.
“So we’re really excited about it.”