Because of the better than better results of our first attempt at a dairy free vegan product Vegan Natural, the obvious next step would be to somehow add chocolate correct? I mean, isn’t chocolate the next step in any food manufacturing process? So we had to set our sites on finding a Certified Vegan Chocolate Chip. My first step in any investigation of ingredients is to call our good friends at Virginia and Spanish Peanut Company in Providence Rhode Island. They have been a part of our process since the very beginning when this was just a hobby. Within 24 hours the Vegan Chocolate Chip was located. The difference between regular chocolate chips and vegan chocolate is the filtration system. Vegan Chocolate employs the use of “bone-char-free” filters. Every ingredient and every detail of every step of the process was observed by the vegan certification company.
Finally we learned that our 2 dairy free, Vegan products were certifiable and the Certified Vegan Logo can be displayed. We chose to place proudly on our front labels. This product really is incredible. We have had several non vegan and non vegetarian consumers email us and told us that they had tasted this product and absolutely loved it. That has to be the highest form of a complement to a vegan product. So if your really want to solve the sweet craving and keep to your 11 grams of protein and only 1 added gram of sugar per 2 TBSP this will become your high protein go-to.
Both of our dairy free Vegan products proudly display the Certified Vegan label. Certification by Vegan Awareness Foundation DBA Vegan Action.
Peanuts, pea protein, brown rice protein, hemp protein, olive oil, non-dairy chocolate chips (sugar, chocolate liqueur, cocoa butter, dextrose, soy lecithin, vanillin) dextrose base natural flavoring (double chocolate), ground golden flax seeds,MONK FRUIT, salt
Allergens: peanuts, soy lecithin
- Prior label printings may reflect our stevia/maltodextrin blend, current ingredients with Monk fruit will have an addendum sticker affixed