NEWS | Vegantic Mallows – Plant-Based Marshmallows Ideal For Campfire Roasting


Freedom Confectionery’s aim is to ensure as many people as possible enjoy this simple pleasure with their Vegantic Mallows. Read on to find out more…

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There certainly aren’t many children, or adults, who fail to get excited by the experience of toasting a marshmallow over an open fire.

A giant marshmallow, ideal for toasting, Vegantic Mallows are made without the use of gelatine, are plant-based (suitable for vegans and vegetarians), dairy, egg, gluten, nut, soy, gelatine, peanut and GMO free, free from artificial flavours and colours, Halal certified, Kosher suitable, PKU friendly and fat free.

You don’t even have to worry about the environmental impact of treat
time with Vegantic Mallows, because Freedom Confectionery is proud to
be working towards having a carbon neutral head office. At their office
they already have a wind turbine, solar panels, EV chargers, and even
their own veggie plot, amongst other things.

Of course, none of this matters if the marshmallows don’t taste great, but
thankfully Vegantic Mallows are soft and fluffy marshmallows with an
irresistible melt-in-the-mouth sensation, perfect for toasting above an
open fire.

Available from independent health stores, The Vegan Kind, Plant X and
Amazon. Visit for more information or to

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