Buttermilk launches dairy-free peanut butter crunch | Vegan Food & Living

Buttermilk launches dairy-free peanut butter crunch

Read Time:   |  15th October 2020

Award-winning confectionery brand Buttermilk is releasing dairy-free peanut butter crunch bites.

Peanut butter addicts rejoice! Buttermilk has launched a new deliciously-indulgent peanut butter treat just for you.

The new Peanut Butter Crunch is a chocolatey crispy bite with a smooth peanut butter filling, made with natural ingredients. Dairy-free, vegan and palm oil-free, the new bites are encased in a completely plastic-free and compostable pouch.

Family-run company Buttermilk was founded in 1964, originally producing handmade traditional Cornish fudge, but has recently expanded into the free-from market with a selection of delicious dairy-free treats.

Their range also includes Salted Caramel Cups, Vanilla Fudgey Bites, and Chocolate Truffles.

Tracy McDonnell Goad from Buttermilk told Vegan Food and Living: “Our mission is to create treats that everyone can enjoy, whether you need to choose certain foods owing to an intolerance, or simply because you deserve a treat.”

Buttermilk Dairy-Free Peanut Butter Crunch (100g) will be available in Tesco from Monday 19th October and will retail at £2.99.

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