NOMO sales over 350 tonnes in vegan chocolate The brand is also celebrating 6.6 million unit sales - Media Credit: Instagram

Vegan Chocolate Brand NOMO Celebrates Soaring Success, With 351 Tonnes In Sales

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NOMO, a leading UK vegan chocolate brand, is celebrating soaring success. Moreover, it’s sold a staggering 351 tonnes of chocolate – which is almost the weight of 30 double-decker buses.

Vegan chocolate success

Since its inception two years ago, NOMO – which stands for ‘no one missing out’ – has climbed to success.

Now, it proclaims itself as the country’s ‘number one’ free-from chocolate brand. Moreover, it’s worth £9 million in retail sales value.

The brand recently unveiled three new products launching in UK supermarkets this summer. They include the Choc Orange Crunch Block Bar, Kids Pack Choc Lollies, and Giant Buttons.

NOMO expansion

One of the new products is Giant Buttons in Caramel & Sea Salt

Brand Manager Jacqueline Tyrrell told Vegconomist: “We’re so proud to be expanding our chocolate range as we continue to grow and meet changing consumer needs.

“As a brand, NOMO ensures that no one misses out, and our new sharing pack brings just that.”

Additionally, she said the firm sold over 6.6 million unit sales.

UK vegan chocolate brands

Similarly, another UK-based chocolate brand celebrated growing success and expansion this year. LoveRaw revealed sales are ‘growing and growing’ following scaling production.

However, the company’s founders outlined an ‘extremely difficult’ journey following the COVID-19 pandemic. ‘It was very difficult’, Rimi and Manav Tharpar told Manchester Evening News.

You can shop NOMO’s products online here

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Emily Baker

Emily is a journalist based in Devon, where she reports on issues affecting local people from politics to the environment. She has also written features on feminism for Polyester Magazine.

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