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Vegan Easter Egg Is Just As Yummy And Moo-Free

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Easter is coming up (April 24th this year!), and we’ve got a great vegan chocolate option for all of our veg bunnies out there!

Plamil is a UK based company that makes everything from vegan mayo to chocolate, and their goal is always organic, dairy free, and gluten free! So, when holidays like Easter roll around where everyone wants to nibble on a bit of something sweet, they’ve got just the treat for you.

Their dairy free, organic, and vegan Easter egg is a delicious alternative to milk chocolate and is packaged to look like a traditional chocolate egg. It comes in a pyramid shaped box and even features a bunny named “Mikey” on the front. So, have you got a little vegan kid in your life? This would be the perfect indulgence for them! Plus it is made in a factory that has only been used to make dairy free products, so if you have any allergies this is also a winning plan.

The eggs retail for £3.99 a pop and have limited availability! If the website is out of stock you can keep checking back, or have a look at some of their other chocolaty and Easter appropriate offerings— like their organic dark chocolate bar with white mint chips, the organic alternative to the milk chocolate bar, or their organic orange chocolate bar.

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