The Plamil So Free Cocoabites are a new line of premium treats for consumers that offer them plant-based way to satisfy their sweet tooth. The bite-sized chocolates are made with 100% renewable energy and are packaged in glass jars to avoid use of plastic, while also encouraging consumers to reuse or refill the packaging. The bites come in three flavor options including Vegan White Choc, Vegan Milky and Vegan Dark Choc, which are all free from milk, wheat, gluten, peanuts and nuts.
Managing Director for Plamil Adrian Ling spoke on the Plamil So Free Cocoabites saying, "We are excited to be launching these innovative cocoabites and at the same time continuing to pursue one of our key philosophies of green production. The three cocoabite jars not only deliver fantastic flavor but they represent a new chapter in how people can have a more sustainable enjoyment of chocolate.”
The Plamil So Free Cocoabites are Made Using Renewable Energy
1. Plant-based Chocolates - Creating a line of vegan-friendly chocolates that cater to the growing demand for plant-based products.
2. Renewable Energy Usage - Using 100% renewable energy in the production process to address environmental concerns and promote sustainability.
3. Plastic-free Packaging - Offering chocolates in glass jars instead of plastic to reduce waste and encourage consumers to reuse or refill the packaging.
1. Confectionery - The confectionery industry can explore incorporating plant-based ingredients and sustainable practices to tap into the growing demand for vegan-friendly products.
2. Renewable Energy - The renewable energy sector can provide innovative solutions and technologies to support the production of food and beverage products using 100% renewable energy.
3. Packaging - The packaging industry can develop eco-friendly alternatives to plastic packaging, such as glass jars, that align with consumers' growing concern for sustainability.