Vegan Chocolate Bars 100g 3 varieties £1.99 at Aldi
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Vegan Chocolate Bars 100g 3 varieties £1.99 at Aldi

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Milk alternative, banana and mint flavours.
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    Great for those with a lactose intolerance too, thanks OP.
    I bought one of these today for myself (the mint one) and I was really impressed with it
    Banned
    These are fantastic, it's just such a shame those who can't eat normal chocolate have to pay double the price heat OP
    home bargains had a really nice vegan dark chocolate 2 days ago at roughly 50p for 25 g.
    kinnerton "just chocolate" 55% cocoa solids.
    would love to get more if possible!
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    polarbaba

    home bargains had a really nice vegan dark chocolate 2 days ago at … home bargains had a really nice vegan dark chocolate 2 days ago at roughly 50p for 25 g. kinnerton "just chocolate" 55% cocoa solids.would love to get more if possible!




    They 19p a bar at my Home Bargains, unsure of how many grams.
    Aldi also have the Lazy Days tiffin and millionaires shortbread. It is vegan, gluten free, dairy free etc, and rather nice.
    vclaw

    Aldi also have the Lazy Days tiffin and millionaires shortbread. It is … Aldi also have the Lazy Days tiffin and millionaires shortbread. It is vegan, gluten free, dairy free etc, and rather nice.


    If only it was totally free...
    Isn't most quality dark chocolate vegan? Aldi's own Moser brand dark choc and Heidi chocolate that you get in Asda doesn't seem to contain milk products. I'd be interested to know as I have bought them for vegan friends after seeing them mentioned on vegan blogs.
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    aurora

    Isn't most quality dark chocolate vegan? Aldi's own Moser brand dark choc … Isn't most quality dark chocolate vegan? Aldi's own Moser brand dark choc and Heidi chocolate that you get in Asda doesn't seem to contain milk products. I'd be interested to know as I have bought them for vegan friends after seeing them mentioned on vegan blogs.




    They may not state vegan as in the allergy section it may say possible contain traces of milk, soya, nuts and other known allergy products. This is usually because it's produced on a line with other products containing allergy ingredients, so milk or dairy for vegans to avoid. Some vegans won't mind this but some will totally avoid chance of contaminated products. This is why a lot products the ingredients appear vegan but it won't be stated to be.
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    It's also ethical side of things, some vegans I know won't buy products containing palm oil such as various nut butters etc.
    Thanks OP, heat added. Aldi are really stepping up the game, so many tasty new vegan treats at good prices too.
    lakmii

    Thanks OP, heat added. Aldi are really stepping up the game, so many … Thanks OP, heat added. Aldi are really stepping up the game, so many tasty new vegan treats at good prices too.



    ​I don't even know why people bother going Tesco anymore? I suppose some just like paying more for lower quality.
    Shock

    I don't even know why people bother going Tesco anymore? I suppose some … I don't even know why people bother going Tesco anymore? I suppose some just like paying more for lower quality.


    I've now started to do the main weekly shop at Aldi/Lidl with smaller top-ups at the bigger supermarkets rotating which one I go to each time - that way, I can still buy my must-have items that Aldi/Lidl don't stock and still save money too.

    On a separate note, there has been an explosion of vegan alternatives in all supermarkets recently and I feel like I just can't eat fast enough. X)
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