Moo Free open second factory due to demand of its products

Vegan chocolate manufacturer opens second factory to meet demand

Moo Free open second factory to meet demand for their vegan chocolate.

Moo Free chocolate manufacture opens new factory to meet demand
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After just three years of being in their first factory, the dairy-free manufacturer’s new, much larger, Devonshire site will help with increasing demand for vegan and allergen friendly confectionary.

The second factory will have dedicated spaces for the company to create new vegan chocolates for their customers in 30 countries around the world.

Moo-ving with the times

Veganism has now gone mainstream in the UK with an estimated 3.5 million people claiming to be vegan, and demand for cruelty-free products has never been higher.

All of Moo Free products are vegan, free from dairy, soya, wheat, gluten, lactose & casein, and mostly organic.

The Devonshire company wrap all of their chocolates in environmentally friendly packaging and 100% of their waste from their factories doesn’t go to landfill.

Made with rice milk instead of cow’s milk, Moo Free create multi award winning chocolate, easter eggs and advent calendars.

Other companies around the UK are also bringing out new vegan menus to meet increasing demands, including Pret’s new spring vegan menu and Leon’s extraordinary range of vegan desserts.

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