This is Ruby’s (my six-year-old daughter) first Christmas as a vegan and my lovely mother-in-law was very pleased to have found a quality dairy-free advent calendar from Moo Free chocolates for her. For those who have not heard of Moos they are dairy, wheat and soya-free, no-GM British manufactured chocolate makers – their entire range is certified vegan as well as using only ethically sourced ingredients. Instead of using cow’s milk Moos use rice milk, and the results are a multi-award-winning range of chocolates that actually taste of chocolate not just sugar.
This cute calendar is just one of a few Christmas-themed chocolates from Moos. They have a selection box of their four bars, which includes the addictive bunnycomb bar (my favourite), and an organic Santa who, let’s face it will not even see December, now we’ve got our paws on him. Priced from 75p for a bar up to £4.99 for the calendar, they are perfect for this upcoming Christmas season for vegans big and small and the calendar will start the days of December off with a smile. I might have to get one for myself – Ruby’s ‘sharing is caring’ motto is humorously one-sided when it comes to goodies like Moos.
Moo Free are available from Ocado, Holland & Barrett, Asda, Sainsbury’s and all good local health food stores.
For information on the dairy industry – the health impacts as well as the animal welfare issues, click HERE.
To celebrate November, which began with World Vegan Day on the first, Moo Free have kindly given Littevbigv five bags of their new award-winning chocolate drops for one lucky reader to win. Simply retweet and follow the competition post on Twitter for a chance to win – good luck and go vegan!