Fudge Kitchen launches new vegan toffee fudge as 15% of its online sales are now attributed to its vegan products

Author: Elena Amoroso

Read Time:   |  14th March 2022

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Fudge Kitchen has released new vegan toffee fudge flavours as it announces online sales of its vegan products now account for 15% of its total sales.


The UK’s luxury artisan fudge retailer, Fudge Kitchen, has extended its range and has launched more vegan toffee fudge!

The new products have been developed with the company’s homemade vegan oat milk-based spread to ensure the same top quality as its non-vegan products.

The news comes as Fudge Kitchen celebrates a 6% rise in vegan sales, with a whopping 15% of its online sales now attributed to its vegan products. 

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Managing Director Sian Holt has said: “We’ve worked really hard in the last few years to develop our vegan offering. We use a variety of plant-based milks, vegan chocolate, and nut butters, some of which are made in-house. 

“Our vegan fudge was originally created in response to customer demand, but is even more pertinent following COP26 and the drive for food companies like ours to offer more environmentally friendly options.”

The new Vegan Drinking Chocolate from Fudge Kitchen

The new Vegan Drinking Chocolate from Fudge Kitchen


Fudge Kitchen’s vegan fudge range

The new products are joining the existing vegan range which includes slab fudge pieces, peanut, pumpkin & sunflower seed brittles, and vegan drinking fudge. 

There’s a flavour of fudge to please every palate in the vegan range, from the classics of toffee and rum & raisin to the more indulgent chocolate & black forest gateau. 

Fudge Kitchen is also continuously creating and innovating new flavours so there may yet be more to come!

Marketing Manager, Richard Parson, says “Our vegan gifting range opens up a new gifting category for those seeking plant-based products.

“Feedback from our customers is that good vegan confectionery is hard to come by, and they are always pleasantly surprised after trying our vegan products, and can’t quite believe they really are dairy-free.”


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Written by

Elena Amoroso

Elena is a Bristol-based photographer who loves trying out the latest vegan products and menus at Bristol's many vegan restaurants. When she's not hunting down the latest vegan eats, Elena loves catching the latest cinema releases, and travelling.

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