Vegan Chocolatier Grabs PETA Europe Award
For Immediate Release:
17 July 2007
Lauren Bowey 020 7357 9229, ext 230
Karen Chisholm 020 7357 9229, ext 229
Plamil Foods’ Range of Heavenly Chocolates Make Sweetness an Art Form
Kent – In recognition of its delicious range of dairy-free chocolate treats, Kent-based Plamil Foods has been named the winner in the Best Vegan Chocolate category in PETA Europe’s second annual Proggy Awards. Plamil will receive a framed award and will be featured on PETA.org.uk. “Proggy” stands for “progress”, and the Proggy Awards recognise animal-friendly achievements in commerce and culture.
From delectable vegan chocolate bars to smooth and decadent chocolate spreads, Plamil Foods is a paradise for vegan chocoholics. Plamil offers loads of sweets for chocolate-lovers to choose from, including products flavoured with mint, orange, hazelnut, ginger and more. In addition to an endless array of treats that tempt your taste buds, Plamil supplies factsheets about its ingredients. Plamil’s chocolates are also affordable and easy to order online.
“With Plamil’s delicious chocolates on the market, there is no need to turn to dairy”, says PETA Europe’s Sarah Dickinson. “Plamil’s tasty treats help meet the consumer demand for animal-friendly sweets, and this award is our way of saying thanks.”
More than 25 Proggy Awards have been given out this year, and the winners include a multi-national pizza chain, a city council, and independent producers and marketers of vegan foods and cruelty-free personal care products.
For more information and to see the entire list of Proggy Award winners, please visit PETA.org.uk.