- vegan dark chocolate
- vegan milk chocolates
- white vegan chocolate
- veganes Sweet Fingerfood
- Vegan chocolate nut spreads
How can I recognize vegan Chocolate?
Chocolate is vegan by nature, because it is the seed of the cocoa plant. As long as Chocolate does not contain any animal products besides cocoa and cocoa butter (and sugar if applicable), such as milk or "clarified butter", it remains vegan. A look at the list of ingredients gives information !
Vegan Chocolate or also "Plant-based Chocolate" contains only vegetable ingredients and comes completely without animal milk products. Instead, it contains, for example, rice, almond or coconut milk, mostly sugar (often coconut blossom sugar) and, of course, cocoa.
"May contain traces of ... contain."
This statement is now found on many products. This some consumers find misleading, thinking that these ingredients may well be present after all. Perhaps a statement such as: "Manufactured in a facility that also.... processes" would be more meaningful. In fact, this note is only intended for allergy sufferers, for whom even the smallest amounts ("traces") of these products can be critical. If therefore e.g. for Veganer thereby the impression could develop that the food is not vegan, one accepts that.
Unintentional "contamination" by e.g. traces of powder dust flying through the air (e.g. flour dust, milk powder dust, dust from hazelnut, etc.) is not a problem. - as is generally the case with pollen from flowers, trees and grasses) cannot be avoided 100 percent despite impeccable hygiene. Therefore, a food that does not contain milk in the ingredient list, for example, may be considered and labeled as completely vegan despite the statement "may contain traces of milk...".
In addition to the "vegan" logo for products declared vegan by the manufacturer, you will also find a "vegan-friendly" label. We put this logo if the product does not contain animal products (e.g. milk) in the ingredients list. Why do we do this? There are some countries (e.g. Denmark) that explicitly prohibit advertising obvious product characteristics. After all, the customer can tell by looking at the ingredients list that the product does not contain animal ingredients. While we can understand this, we would still like to give our customers an "at first glance" indication that these are products without milk, for example. This also includes products that have the allergy notice: "May contain traces of..." (see previous paragraph).
Vegan Chocolate and numerous other vegan temptations
Vegan living people pay more conscious attention to their diet, yet they like to snack just as much as others. Here with us, you will not only find what you are looking for, but also have the freedom of choice due to the wide range of products on offer. Among other things, we offer you vegan Organic-Chocolate like the "Raspberry Nib Crunch" from Taza, but also vegan spreads. Start the day with the "Peacetazie" spread from the Hamburg-based company Brandgut. For special moments, we recommend always having the award-winning creamy champagne truffles from the Booja Booja Company on hand in the fridge, as they have a shelf life of up to four weeks from the factory. Fortunately, everyone can partake of these vegan confections and order them here at Chocolats-de-luxe.com!
Discover in the versatile assortment of Chocolats-de-luxe.com vegan Chocolate and other vegan delicacies to indulge and enjoy!
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