New lactose-free chocolate range available at Coles
A new lactose-free chocolate range named “The Chocolate Counter” is now being sold in Coles supermarkets.
The Chocolate Counter is a chocolate producer based in Hawthorn, Victoria. The company was established in 2015.
The range includes the following flavours:
- Almond and amaranth
- Cherry and coconut
- Dark chocolate
- Orange and teff
- Salted caramel and quinoa
- Blueberry and vanilla bean
- Chocolate brownie crunch
- Mylk chocolate
- Pecan and acai
All chocolates in the range have been described by its producers as be gluten free and a source of fibre. The chocolates are made with pea protein, coconut water, chicory root and monk fruit juice, no refined sugar is added.
Chocolate Counter products are available in Coles supermarkets now with prices starting from $AUD2.85 for a 40g bar.
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