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Lindt Classic Recipe OatMilk Chocolate Bar Launches In Stores

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Stratham, New Hampshire-based Lindt & Sprüngli has launched two new flavors of its Lindt Classic Recipe OatMilk chocolate bars – OatMilk and OatMilk Salted Caramel.

The Master Chocolatiers combined cocoa and oat milk into a non-dairy chocolate bar. In addition to being non-dairy, the bars are also plant-based and made with gluten-free oats.

“We are constantly looking for ways to create chocolate that everyone can enjoy. We are thrilled to bring this new product to U.S. consumers,” said Ann Czaja, Master Chocolatier. “Lindt Classic Recipe OatMilk bars will deliver the same smooth, creamy experience as our Lindt Classic Recipe milk chocolate, all without the dairy.” 

Non-dairy options are popular among consumers with vegan or flexitarian lifestyles. According to The Hartman Group’s 2021 Health & Wellness: Reimagining Well-being COVID-19 report, 48 percent of U.S. consumers look for food and drink products labeled as plant-based. 

Plant-based dairy alternatives were previously mostly available in dark chocolate. The Classic Recipe OatMilk bars provide consumers with a non-dairy, milk-style chocolate created by a mass chocolate brand.

Lindt Classic Recipe OatMilk and Lindt Classic Recipe OatMilk Salted Caramel is available online and at retailers nationwide in individually wrapped 3.5oz bars. 

The company has roots in Zurich, Switzerland, and has been a global leader in the chocolate sector for more than 175 years. Lindt & Sprüngli products are sold by 31 subsidiaries and regional offices, in around 500 of its own shops, as well as via a network of more than 100 independent distributors around the globe.

To learn more, visit lindtusa.com.

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