Moo Free reformulates its free from pralines
Moo Free has re-formulated its dairy free “milk” chocolate pralines as, according to EU laws, they are not actually pralines.
To make the pralines free-from, Moo Free replaced the milk powder with a combination of rice flour and rice starch. But, according to the EU, chocolate cannot contain flour or starch so Moo Free’s product couldn’t be called ‘chocolate’. The EU also states that a praline must be coated with chocolate, so, Moo Free’s pralines can’t be pralines.
To combat the name rules, Moo Free created free-from Hazelnut Truffles that look and taste just like milk chocolate pralines.
Moo Free’s Hazelnut Truffles are completely dairy-free, gluten-free, soya-free and certified vegan. They are made using UTZ certified cocoa which helps to support sustainable farming and provides better opportunities for farmers, their families and our planet.
The outer packaging is carboard with an inner tray that is made using recycled plastic that is fully recyclable again.
With an RRP of £4.99 they can be found in Waitrose and online at www.dairyfreechocolates.com.