I am looking for a vegan chocolate spread that tastes similiarly to Nutella which would be available in the UK. I am open to some differences in taste, but I would ideally want something with comparable level of sweetness as Nutella has. Product can be available only online, but it should ship across the UK without expensive delivery charges.

Sustainable ingredients or those that avoid hydrogenated or saturated fat would be a plus.


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Mr Organic Free From Chocolate Hazelnut Spread (cheapest & most like Nutella)

Mr Organic Free From Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

Ingredients: Cane sugar, sunflower oil, Cocoa (16%), Hazelnut paste (12%), Rice Flour, Cocoa butter, Sunflower Lecithin

Also available in independent health food stores

Rawtella (sweetened with supersweet coconut blosson nectar)


Ingredients: Hazelnuts, coconut palm sugar, cacao powder, cashew nuts, vanilla, salt.

Seggiano Smooth Dark Chocolate Organic Hazelnut Spread (less sweet)

Seggiano Smooth Dark Chocolate Organic Hazelnut Spread

Ingredients: Hazelnut paste* 35%, cane sugar*, low fat cocoa powder* 19%, sunflower oil*, cocoa butter*, sunflower lecithin*. *organic ingredient

Also available in Planet Organic London and other independent health food stores


Solkiki (in Dorset) is owned and operated by Iris and Bob, both vegans. Everything they make is vegan. It's also ethically sourced and award-winning. They are a real treasure.

They make a Hazelnut Chocolate Spread and a bar with the flavor profile you're asking about:

Spread at Hazelnut Chocolate Spread

Bar at 35% Hazelnut Cream - White Gianduja with Piedmont Hazelnuts

So, Solkiki is just about the best place to find artisan, always vegan, bean-to-bar (not industrial) chocolate and is dedicated to doing good in the world and making your taste buds happy. I also think they are flavor wizards who are exceptionally creative.

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