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Since Valentine’s Day occurs during Black History Month, we suggest purchasing goodies for your love from a Black-owned brand! If you decide to go the traditional chocolate gift route, check out this list of five Black-owned brands to shop for vegan chocolate this Valentine’s Day.
Gift your sweetheart a box of gluten-free, vegan, and naturally sweetened chocolate! The heart-shaped Assorted Chocolate 13-pc is a solid choice for Valentine’s Day. It contains Caramel Cakes, Pecan Fudge, Cookie Dough, Fudge Cupcakes, and Almond Pralines.
It’s always a good idea to have some chocolate on hand. Because you never know when you’ll need a sweet treat, last-minute gift, or ingredient for a recipe. Midunu Chocolates’ vegan offerings include their Wangari and Adwoa Dark Drinking Chocolate Mixes, 70% Dark Chocolate with Cacao Nibs Bar, Dark Chocolate-Covered Coffee Beans and Cashews, and Dark Chocolate-Dipped Mango Slices.
Askanya Chocolates is a Black-owned bean-to-bar chocolate brand in Haiti. The chocolate bars are made from locally grown, high-quality cacao beans. The In Love With Dark and Vegan Chocolates bundle is a great selection for Valentine’s Day. It contains six mini bars of each flavor—Minuit, Bouquet Vert, Solèy, and Perle Rare.
Holy fudge! Pure Chocolate by Jinji’s vegan options are oh-so-decadent. The Liquid Dark Chocolate, Gianduja (wild hazelnut dark chocolate fudge), and Dark Chocolate Hazelnut Spread are 100% vegan and 100% delicious!
Your Valentine is sure to love Chocolate Therapy’s Dairy-Free Mini Collection. It features four vegan chocolates. First up—Castaway, a dark chocolate coconut meltaway with sesame seeds. Second is Black Coffee, dark chocolate with roasted coffee and soy milk. Next is PBC, a peanut butter coconut cup. And last is Hazelnut, a hazelnut ganache truffle with a whole hazelnut inside.