Trupo Treats Launches Vegan Versions of Twix, KitKat, and Crunch Bars for Pre-Order in US and Canada
The new ethical and fairly traded vegan chocolate company, Trupo Treats, is launching vegan alternatives to your childhood candy favorites, and they’re available for pre-order now!
Founded by twin brothers, Charlie and Brian Trupo, aka the Veggie Brothers, Trupo Treats aims to add a little sweetness to the candy aisle. After noticing that most vegan-friendly chocolate bars were made with bitter, dark chocolate, the Trupo duo wanted to change that by introducing an innovative take on America’s favorite candy bars. The brothers started out with the Mylk Chocolate Crunch Bar, a classic chocolate staple made from fairly traded cocoa. This mainstay bar, which launched on Kickstarter during the summer of 2020, was an instant hit—yielding desire for more chocolate creations.
Consumers can expect three additional twists on nostalgic chocolate bars—KitKat, Twix, and Hershey’s. Trupo Treats is introducing all your childhood favorites in vegan form! The Mylk Chocolate Wafer Bar consists of three alternating layers of airy cookies coated in sweet vegan milk chocolate. This one reminds us of a KitKat, and we cannot wait to break off a piece. Enter the Mylk Chocolate Caramel Cookie. This bar includes layers of plant-based buttery shortbread, gooey caramel, and creamy chocolate. We are ready to take a bite out of this twinning Twix—a tasty blast from the past. The duo will also offer a signature Mylk Chocolate Rice Crunch Bar consisting of crunchy rice bits coated in dairy-free milk chocolate. This bar is comparable to the Crunch, and it’s got us taking a walk down memory lane. Trupo Treat’s original Mylk Chocolate Bar is also available for preorder at this time. Take our advice and snag all four options—you won’t regret it.
As if these treats couldn’t get any sweeter, all of Trupo Treats’s ethical, cruelty-free bars are crafted without dairy, gluten, palm oil, soy, peanuts, eggs, and all tree nuts except for coconuts. Each bar is made with fairly traded chocolate and wrapped in eco-friendly packaging. As part of Trupo Treat’s mission to help animals, they also donate at least 10% of their annual profits to a variety of animal sanctuaries. Thus far, Trupo Treats has partnered with more than 75 sanctuaries since the company launched in July of 2020 and donated over $6,000.
These ethical and sustainable vegan chocolate bars are available for preorder in the US and Canada now at TrupoTreats.com. Act fast because there are a lot of excited vegans—the company reached over $100K in the first 30 days of pre-sales. Bars will be shipped this summer, just in time for road trips, beach days, campfires, and chilling out in the AC. Be sure to get in on the action—visit TrupoTreats.com to place your pre-order now!
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