Reading Time: 2 minutes The new range includes a pack of chocolate lollies for kids Credit: NOMO
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UK vegan chocolate brand NOMO is launching four new products in major supermarkets.

Since launching just two years ago, the brand has climbed to holding the greatest market share in the market, making it the ‘number one’ vegan chocolate brand in the country.

New vegan chocolate range

Included in the range are the Choc Orange Crunch Block Bar, Kids Pack Choc Lollies, and Giant Buttons.

Inside the Crunch Block Bars are natural orange and cocoa nibs.

‘Chocolate orange is having a major resurgence and NOMO wants to make sure no-one misses the trend by creating the only orange vegan chocolate that is also free from the four major allergens’, the brand claims. It’ll be available in Holland & Barret on September 6.

The Lollies come in a pack of three made in monster shapes. They’re arriving in Sainsbury’s on August 2, and Holland & Barret on September 6.

Moreover, the Giant Buttons are debuting in two flavors, Caramel and Sea Salt and Creamy Choc.

The drop-shaped buttons are inspired by NOMO’s logo and are being dubbed as perfect for baking.

Caramel and Sea Salt will be available from Sainsbury’s on August 2, whereas the Creamy Choc is arriving at Waitrose stores from September 27.

NOMO

Brand manager at NOMO, Jacqueline Tyrrell, sent a statement to PBN. In it, Tyrrel said: “We’re incredibly proud to be expanding our chocolate range as NOMO continues to grow. 

“Our brand aim is to ensure that we have a NOMO product for every occasion.

“We strive to deliver the best of mainstream flavors and the addition of the sharing bags and kids three-pack lollies to the range means that our consumers can enjoy our products in more ways – our new products will help to open our brand up to a new customer base. 

“We are so excited for NOMO fans both old and new to try these new creations in the coming months.”

Emily is a News and Features Writer for Plant Based News. She has previously worked as a journalist in Devon, UK, reporting on local issues from politics to the environment.