Nush launches its first dairy-free chocolate orange Choc Pot

Read Time:   |  21st April 2021

British brand Nush releases low-cal, dairy-free Choc Pots, In delicious chocolate orange flavour.

The award-winning brand Nush expanded its range of almond milk-based, dairy-free yoghurts, and cheeses with an exciting and nutritious chocolate orange flavour Choc Pots.

Not only do they promise to taste delicious, but promote healthy eating too. Each pot is 190 calories with 5g of protein, and free from dairy, lactose, gluten, soya, preservatives, additives, and refined sugar.

Joining GÜ and The Coconut Collection with their choc pots, Nush sweetens its Choc Pots with apples and are made with the best Belgian chocolate, orange oil, and almond milk that contains 20% pure almonds and gut-supporting live cultures.

Live cultures, also known as probiotics, are live micro-organisms such as bacteria and yeast that help support your digestive system and your gut. Some research shows that consumption of these live cultures can help increase metabolism and mood

Nush founders Bethany and Paul Eaton, use their products to celebrate the almond for all its goodness. Making their almond milk in their artisan factory, sourcing almonds from Europe, as opposed to the common Californian variant, which requires up to five liters of water to grow one almond.

Almonds have the highest concentration of nutrients per gram than any other nut. They are low in saturated fat and are a natural source of powerful antioxidants, they also contain high levels of Vitamin E.

A-list celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Heidi Klum have harnessed the health and beauty benefits of almonds for years.

Whether you’re plant-based or just looking for something new to improve your diet, Nush Choc Pots are a perfect dessert without the guilt.

The Nush Choc Pot range is available nationwide at Ocado and Whole Food Market and the Nush website with an RRP of £3.00 for 2 x 75g pots.

Want the best for your gut on a vegan diet? Here’s the ultimate guide to gut health on a vegan diet.

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