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Lindt To Launch New Range Of Vegan Chocolate Bars This Year

Lindt To Launch New Range Of Vegan Chocolate Bars This Year

Lindt is well known for its delectable creamy milk chocolate, whether it's in ball-form with that incredibly gooey centre or the equally tasty bars that come with a rich, almost truffley centre.

They really are the best - unless you're a vegan, that is.

Well, now there's some good news for the plant-based crew, as Lindt has announced it's launching a new range of vegan chocolate bars made with oat milk.

According to reports, the 'Hello' bars will initially launch in Germany, but hopefully they'll prove popular enough to roll out elsewhere.

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Credit: Lindt
Credit: Lindt

Retailing at €2.99 (£2.70/$3.39), they will also boast fully recyclable packaging, and will come in three flavours: hazelnut, salted caramel and cookie.

They're set to his stores this November, meaning those on a vegan diet or trying to cut down on their dairy intake will be able to live how the other half live by gorging on creamy Lindt chocolate throughout the Christmas period.

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In the meantime, an FAQ section on the Lindt website reminds people that it still has some other products that are vegan-friendly, including some of its dark chocolate bars.

Credit: PA
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"Some of our products are made without any animal products, such as our Lindt EXCELLENCE range with 70%, 85%, 90% and 99% Cocoa dark chocolate bars," the website says.

All of Lindt's other chocolate products are available for veggies, with the website continuing: "We are delighted to inform you that our chocolates (including our Lindor and Excellence ranges) are suitable for vegetarians.

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"The only ingredients of animal origin we use to manufacture some of our chocolates are milk, milk products, milk fat and cream and sometimes eggs. Some of our other brands to contain shellac."

And if you're not in need of a plant-based fix, then there's also Lindt's new chocolate cereal balls, which sound nothing short of delicious.

The new Lindt Crispy Sensations have an 'enchantingly crispy' centre draped in a layer of the finest milk chocolate, and are are on sale now from Lindt Chocolate shops and on the website for £3.50 per 140g bag.

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And in addition to these crispy delights, Lindt is also bringing out a 'Fruit Sensation' chocolate ball in a sweet mango and tart passionfruit flavour, enveloped in dark chocolate. Sounds equally as wonderful.

LADbible has reached out to Lindt for comment regarding the new Hello vegan range, and to find out whether ot not there's any news of it being released elsewhere... As ever, we'll keep you posted.

Featured Image Credit: Lindt/Instagram

Topics: Food, News, Chocolate

Jess Hardiman

Jess is a journalist at LADbible who graduated from Manchester University with a degree in Film Studies, English Language and Linguistics - indecisiveness at its finest, right there. She also works for FOODbible and its sister page Seitanists, which are both a safe haven for her to channel a love for homemade pasta, fennel and everything else in between. You can contact Jess at [email protected]