Plamil offers key vegan delights for this weekend’s Easter celebrations

The vegan confectionery market this Easter is offering-up plenty of options for fans of sweet treats, with UK brand Plamil once again getting in on the action with its series of eggs and bunnies catering for the category, writes Neill Barston.

As the Kent-based business noted, the season marks a time of major celebration, which it has engaged with through the brand’s So Free Vegan Smooth Cocoa & Oat M!lk Bunny Bar and the Plamil So Free Vegan Smooth Salted Caramel Bunny Bar.

In addition the company has offered some key tips for the occasion with itsĀ  ‘No Bake Easter Vegan Chocolate Nests’ made with a combination of its eggs and Vegan Chocolate Cocoa Butter and Cocoa Liquor. TheseĀ  crunchy chocolate nests are filled with Plamil So Free Easter Egg treats, offering a distinctive combination of textures and flavours.

Furthermore, the firm has also highlighted some creative work from fans of the brand, including this fine Easter dessert offering below. The company said: “We absolutely love the idea of creating a vegan chocolate dream dessert for Easter. Just take a look at this fantastic Easter-inspired creation by the talented Aaron Calder. All our products can be found on our website and the video on how he created this masterpiece on our facebook page.”

The company will be playing a notable role in our World Confectionery Conference this September, as it returns to Brussels in its fourth incarnation, celebrating the 90th anniversary of Confectionery Production. Notably, the Kent manufacturer’s CEO, Adrian Ling will be among speakers at the event. For more information, visit our website,


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