Take a look at Lindt’s vegan chocolate range made from oat milk

If you’re a vegan, it’s time to shout Hurray! One of the most premium chocolate makers- Lindt is all set to launch a plant-based version of its signature chocolate. Made from oat milk, the decadent range will include three flavors of chocolate bars: salted caramel, cookie, and hazelnut.

Part of the marquee’s HELLO range, the vegan wonders will come wrapped in recyclable packaging and will be completely devoid of dairy and lactose. The treats will, however, be available only in Germany from November 2020, meaning the rest of the countries will need to wait it out until they arrive there. The perfect indulgence for vegans, and those who suffer from lactose intolerance, the new Lindt bars are expected to retail at €2.99 or $3.51per 100g.

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Apart from Lindt, renowned chocolate brand Mars also unveiled three vegan versions of its famous Galaxy chocolate bars to the UK market last year. Similarly, Mondelēz International, which owns Cadbury also unveiled plans to launch a vegan version of its famous Dairy Milk bar earlier this year. If you’re a plant-based person, what could be better than getting your hands on these delicious chocolate treats this season? Let’s nibble away!

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[Via: Metro]

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