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Prodigy Salted Caramel Vegan Chocolate Egg 40g

Prodigy

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Rich, velvety chocolate cocoons silky, slightly salted, golden caramel in a ground-breaking balance of classic chocolate taste and no refined sugar. A modern-day reinvention of the crème egg, our take embodies indulgent delight without all the ultra-processed, environmentally harmful stuff. 

  • Vegan
  • No refined sugar
  • Low in natural sugar
  • Dairy Free
  • Palm Oil Free
  • Plastic Free
  • Certified B Corporation product

40g

Ingredients

Caramel (Vegetable oils and fats (sunflower, shea, coconut), inulin, coconut sugar, rice milk powder, salt, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin, natural flavouring), Chocolate (cocoa butter, rice syrup, cocoa liquor, inulin, coconut sugar, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin)
Cacao solids: 47%.

For Allergens see ingredients in bold. Produced in a factory that also handles wheat, barley, eggs, soy, milk, peanut and other nuts. Store in a Cool dry place. Protect from heat.

Prodigy Chocolate Eggs do NOT contain any gluten but are produced in factories that may contain traces of gluten and thus are technically not Gluten free.

Meet the Maker

We make delicious chocolate that enables all of us to make healthier choices for ourselves and our planet every single day. Chocolate that contains no refined sugar, is low in natural sugar, vegan, gluten and dairy free, compostable, biodegradable, palm oil and plastic free too.

We love chocolate. We’ve always loved chocolate, but somewhere along the road it lost its way. So, we went on a road trip and thanks to our children decided to bring real chocolate back, only better. The reality of the snacks we found on our road trip and in our local shops when we got home felt uncomfortable – rampant with refined sugars. Our eyes were opened to the widespread industry use of cheap, harmful ingredients and their damaging impact on the environment and our bodies. Fuelled by a deep desire to do something about this problem and Sameer’s knowledge as a chef, we founded Prodigy.