Four new chocolate creations have been launched by NOMO, expanding its vegan and free-from chocolate range.
The host of products for 2021 include:
- NOMO Choc Orange Crunch – a vegan choc orange that is also free from the four major allergens
- NOMO’s Monster Inspired Kids 3 Pack Choc Lollies
- NOMO’s Sharing Bags – giant drop-shaped buttons in a range of flavours.
Jacqueline Tyrrell, Brand Manager of NOMO commented: “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 flavours and the addition of the sharing bags and kids 3 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.”
The new 82g Choc Orange Crunch Block bar will be available from September in Holland and Barrett and is flavoured with natural orange and cocoa nib crunch.
It is believed to be the only orange vegan chocolate that is free from the four major allergens.
NOMO Kids 3 Pack Choc Lollies are created with children in mind, no matter their allergy, intolerance, or dietary requirements. The new offering features the motley monster trio, Mo, Jo, and Flo. It will be on shelves in Sainsbury’s from 2 August and Holland and Barrett from 6 September.
The 110g sharing bag of Giant Buttons will be available in two flavours – caramel and sea salt and creamy choc. The drop shaped buttons are also imprinted with NOMO’s logo.
The caramel and sea salt giant choc buttons will be available to buy in Sainsbury’s in August. Its creamy choc counterpart will hit Waitrose at the end of September.
Tyrrell added: “Each of these products is made with rainforest alliance certified cocoa, so you can enjoy your chocolate knowing it’s kind to the environment. The new products will initially be available in selected Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and Holland & Barrett stores, with more retailers to follow later this year.”