CHOMP! Is Bringing A New Era Of Milk Chocolate To The World.

CHOMP! Into a world of creamy and delicious milk chocolate without the cows! Our chocolate is made from bean-to-bar with certified sustainable cacao and plant-based ingredients. 

We believe in a (not too distant) future where plant-based milk chocolate will replace dairy milk chocolate.
Uncompromising In Taste

Deliciously Dairy-Free Milk Chocolate

Creamier & Better Than Dairy Milk Chocolate

The rest of our mission is pointless if we don’t create a better chocolate alternative to dairy. After 360 recipes, our creamy oat milk chocolate replicates the sweet, creamy and smooth taste of dairy-milk chocolate.

We are confident Chomp Chocolate will make an easy swap without compromising in the nostalgic taste and texture of the chocolate you grew up with.

We make everything in our own factory we built in Oregon. You will taste the premium process, ingredients and passion put into every Chomp bar.

Here's to love at first bite!

Vegan For The Animals

Send Cows On Vacation

Vegan For The Planet

Let's face it... cows are gassy. The average dairy cow emits 100kg of methane a year, equivalent to a year's worth driving the average family car. That's a big carbon hoofprint! Because of these emissions, the dairy industry contributes greatly to climate change.

Additionally, over 400,000 dairy cows die every year to support the production of milk. Reasons range from cows that no longer produce enough milk, cows dying from exhaustion, and females giving birth to male calves, which are then sent to slaughter.

Chomp's mission is to create the best vegan milk chocolate in the world, allowing consumers to make a delicious decision for the animals & environment. We've worked hard to offer a dairy-free milk chocolate that will give the dairy industry a run for their moo-ney.

Fair For The Cocoa Farmers

Cacao Without Compromise

Ethical Bean-To-Bar Chocolate With Supply Chain Transparency

Holding the cocoa supply chain accountable is critical in order to pay farmers a fair wage and eliminate child labor practices.

Chocolate may appear easily accessible, but we take for-granted the laborious journey it makes from tree to bean to bar.

Chomp! is committed to sourcing our Cacao via fair-trade (good) or direct-trade (better). Not only is this good for farmers, it also allows us to make sure rainforests and ecosystems weren't disrupted to harvest.

The result is a premium craft chocolate made from bean-to-bar in our own factory. We want to make this chocolate accessible & affordable in hopes that consumers demand our standard as the new standard for ALL chocolate makers.

Accountability? Chomp! has a bean ledger where you can see what beans we have used and are using currently. We provide as much information as possible and this information is on our website! Just click the button below.

The Trouble(s) With Chocolate

  1. The price of beans is held down by cheap commodity prices. 
  2. Since there are anywhere from 6-10 middlemen in the supply chain, farmers will get poverty-level wages. Many less than $1 a day.
  3. In order to make enough money to survive, they are forced to plant more cacao on protected land such as rainforests and refuge designated areas. 
  4. Child labor is also a big problem because of this current business model.

How The Chocolate Industry Can Help Fix It

There’s one solution that would take care of all or most of these problems...

Buy cacao from the farmer directly, eliminating as many middlemen as possible.

There are some amazing people that have decided to finally fix these problems, and Chomp Is working with them to buy our cacao so the farmer benefits as much as possible. 

We guarantee our cacao beans are either Fair Trade or Direct Trade. This is possible because of suppliers like Uncommon Cacao, which buys directly from farmers and then sells to us.

1 Middleman is better than 10. For accountability, we have a bean ledger that tells you about the current beans we are using to make Chomp’s tasty treats. 

We believe the good news is that these problems are all solvable, and we can continue to eat chocolate for generations to come!