Top 'Made In India' Chocolate Brands You Must Know About

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TWhether you feel angry, and sad or happy or annoyed, grabbing a bar of chocolate is a treat for all moods.

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However, do you know there are many popular Indian Chocolate brands that have been dominating the market against foreign brands?

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In this story, let’s know about top homegrown chocolate brands that take you on indulging journeys with each bite. Let’s start-

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All Things Chocolate: A Rajasthan-based chocolate company that provides infused chocolate flavours inspired by cities, moods, flowers, and more.

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Soklet: The company grows their own cocoa plant for chocolate production with 100 to 80% dark chocolate and exotic flavours.

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Paul And Mike: With a wide variety of bean-to-bar flavours, it’s known for its natural ingredient-infused chocolates including fruits, spices, nuts, and more.

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Amul: Amul’s dark chocolates are popular with 99 per cent cocoa and no milk and added sugar.

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Mason & Co.: Claiming to be the first bean-to-bar chocolate brand in India, the company is founded by a couple from Tamil Nadu. They offer a variety of flavours like dark, sea salt, bittersweet and more, all of which are vegan and gluten and soy-free.

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Naviluna: Previously known as Earth Loaf, Naviluna is a Mysore-based chocolate brand, well-known for its fusion of Indian flavours and cocoa.

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Pascati: It’s a dark chocolate brand manufactured artistically with flavours including mango, walnut, mint, blueberry, and more.

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Darkins: A Delhi-based chocolate brand specializing in vegan bean-to-bar chocolate, sourcing cocoa directly from Andhra Pradesh’s farmers.