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  • ‘Mylk’ chocolate for dairy-phobes
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    Martin Cooper (2015) ©
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‘Mylk’ chocolate for dairy-phobes

You drink almond milk, eat soya yogurt and gorge on free-from cheese. So how does a sweet-toothed dairy-phobe get a milk chocolate fix without resorting to notoriously poor-tasting vegan alternatives? Ombar is hoping its Coco ‘Mylk’ Buttons are the perfect dairy-free treat.

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