Plant-based protein bars can be an invaluable asset to your diet, helping to support weight control and stop you from overeating at every meal.
Cadbury Plant Bar will debut in November with Smooth Chocolate and Salted Caramel flavors. Each bar contains plant-based ingredients wrapped in plastic made entirely from renewable resources that have been ISCC-certified as renewable sources.
After years of anticipation, chocolate giant Cadbury has officially entered the vegan market with its Plant Bar range, available since November in two flavors (Smooth Chocolate and Salted Caramel). The vegan product replaces dairy milk with almond paste to create a vegan Dairy Milk bar equivalent – something the company that owns global confectionary brands such as Galaxy and Bounty took two years to develop.
Plant-based diets can be an excellent way to improve your health and reduce environmental impact, yet finding delicious food may be challenging. Meat and dairy can often be avoided easily, while other tasty items, like delightful chocolate bars, may be more difficult.
Many chocolate companies have recently introduced vegan versions of their iconic products. Cadbury introduced its Plant Bar; Nestle introduced a vegan KitKat; Lindt & Sprungli offers an oat milk chocolate line suitable for vegans; Lindt & Sprungli offers an oat milk chocolate line ideal for them too. Cadbury even uses cocoa from its Cocoa Life program designed to encourage responsible farming, combat deforestation where cocoa grows, and be certified Vegan Society-compliant (it contains no animal ingredients!).
Gluten-free plant bars are an easy and delicious way to add protein and fiber to your diet. Crafted with ingredients such as peas, rice, and seeds – not forgetting essential vitamins like calcium, potassium, iron, and zinc! Plus, they come in multiple flavors – many certified vegan or gluten-free!
One of the most acclaimed plant-based protein bars is Outright bar. Packed with 16-17 grams of protein per bar and with flavors like Chocolate Smooth and Salted Caramel to choose from, this delicious snack features peanut butter, maple syrup, and yellow pea protein; it is gluten-free and Non-GMO Project Verified; it may contain milk soy and almond.
Aloha Bar is another delicious plant-based protein bar option, boasting 14 grams per bar and gluten-free and non-GMO ingredients, certified organic USDA certification, Kosher certification, and vegan status. However, due to being manufactured in an environment that processes wheat, it should be avoided by individuals living with celiac disease.
Are You Searching For Gluten-Free Plant-Based Snacks? MacroBar has what you’re looking for! These bars are handcrafted using high-quality organic and sustainably sourced ingredients and are vegan and gluten-free, making them the ideal snack to complement a plant-based diet. Plus, they come with delicious flavors such as Chocolate S’mores, Cookie Dough White Choc Caramel & Strawberries & Cream!
After months of anticipation, Cadbury will finally unveil their inaugural vegan chocolate bars: Plant Bars will hit stores in two flavors – Smooth Chocolate and Salted Caramel this November. Cadbury owns global confectionery brands like Oreo and Toblerone, and Plant Bars, which replace dairy milk ingredients with almond paste to provide creamy milk-free treats with a hint of nuttiness.
Mondelez UK’s latest launch aims to cater to an ever-increasing population of vegans, vegetarians, and flexitarians with its new Veganuary campaign. Louise Stigant noted that participation more than doubled year-on-year and pointed out an increasing demand for plant-based options.
Cadbury’s Plant Bars will soon appear on supermarket shelves across the UK and Ireland alongside their traditional Dairy Milk offerings, wrapped in biodegradable and sustainable paper wrappers made from renewable biomass sources certified by International Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC).