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Nestlé Launches Two Plant-based Chocolate Chip Flavors for Baking
Saturday, 2023/04/29 | 06:17:21

Figure: Nestlé Toll House has launched Semi-Sweet Plant Based Morsels and Dark Chocolate Plant Based Morsels. Photo Source: Nestlé Toll House and Vegnews.com

 

To answer the demand for plant-based products for baking, Nestlé has launched two new plant-based chocolate chips under its Toll House brand. The company launched Nestlé Toll House Semi-Sweet Plant Based Morsels and Nestlé Toll House Dark Chocolate Plant Based Morsels.

 

According to Nestlé, the new Toll House chocolate chips do not contain animal products but they are not certified vegan. The chocolate morsels are available in 9-ounce bags. Chandra Kumar, President, Bakery Sweets at Nestlé USA, said that with their new plant-based morsels, even more people will be able to enjoy the iconic Nestlé Toll House chocolate chip cookie no matter their dietary preferences or restrictions.

 

With the launch of the plant-based chocolate morsels, Nestlé has been exploring other types of vegan chocolate in recent years, including the vegan KitKat V made with rice milk which carries an 18 percent lower carbon footprint than original milk chocolate KitKat bars.

 

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