Vegan chocolate spread Notella launches in Morrisons stores across the UK

Author: Maria Chiorando

Read Time:   |  12th May 2023

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Notella, which was created by free-from food brand CRAVE, is made with hazelnuts and dairy free chocolate


A plant-based alternative to a well-known, popular chocolate spread has launched in Morrisons stores across the UK.

Notella, created by free-from brand CRAVE, is made from hazelnuts and dairy free chocolate.

According to the brand, the spread has a ‘smooth and rich texture that melts in your mouth’.

Alongside Notella, CRAVE has also launched its Big Dipper, a snacking pot featuring mini breadsticks with a small tub of Notella for dipping.

Both of the new products are ‘100 per cent vegan, free from egg, milk, gluten, and any other nasties that could spoil your fun’. 

However, both of the products do contain nuts.

Crave has also launched 'The Big Dipper' snack. Image © Crave, edited by VFL

Crave has also launched 'The Big Dipper' snack. Image © Crave, edited by VFL


Notella and the Big Dipper

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Rob Brice, founder of CRAVE, said: “We’ve gone nuts and created two delicious and indulgent products that you can enjoy as part of a gluten free or vegan diet. 

“Notella is the perfect tasty staple for your cupboard for toast or pancakes, Big Dipper is perfect for a touch of naughtiness to their day.”

The vegan chocolate spread, which is available now from 491 Morrisons stores, has a RRP of £3.50 for a 225g jar.

Meanwhile, the Big Dipper, which is available now from 291 Morrisons stores, comes in a 48g packet, priced from £1.65.

Further products available from CRAVE include its Pickled Onion Monster Feet crisps, Smokey Bacon Streakers, and Rocky Road among others.

Inspired to make your own sweet treats? Try out this recipe for vegan cacao and hazelnut spread

Featured photo © Crave


Written by

Maria Chiorando

Maria is an editor and journalist. Her work has been published by the Huffington Post, the Guardian, TechnoBuffalo, Plant Based News, and Kent on Sunday among other national and regional titles.

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