All-Natural Vegan Selection 

We have included in this collection all our vegan creations which contain no animal or dairy products, all made with zealous adherence to French tradition: natural ingredients, no alcohol, no preservatives, high cocoa content, low sugar, and 100% pure cocoa butter.

All-Natural Vegan Selection
  • With a jewel-like appearance and smooth, supple texture, one bite of our Vegan Pâtes de Fruits assortment will instantly transport you to the Provence countryside. Because each piece begins with fresh orchard fruit picked at the peak of sweetness, these candies nearly burst with natural cherry, lemon, apple, orange, strawberry, raspberry, and...

  • A smooth dark chocolate exterior gives way to reveal the pleasantly tangy center concealed in each of our 22 Vegan Orangettes. Made by gently simmering fresh Corsican orange peels in sugar water before submerging them in premium 70% Venezuelan chocolate, each bite is a remarkable combination of bright citrus flavor followed by a sweet rounded finish. A...

  • Valencia almonds are roasted and chopped before being drowned in 70% Venezuelan chocolate to make these intriguing Vegan treats. A mouthwatering combination of smooth and crunchy textures, you'll want to keep several boxes on hand for whenever cravings strike.

  • This assortment includes our 2 Vegan Z chocolates: number 10,  a dense, solid and intense 70% Venezuelan dark chocolate couverture, generously studded with minced, crunchy Valencia almond bits and chocolate number 15, a refreshing and acidulous lemon-almond paste surrounded with the same intense Venezuelan couverture. This combination is perfect for...

  • Experience a traditional Vegan French truffle with a special zChocolat twist. This 22 Vegan truffle zBox features our world-renowned crunchy hazelnut praline surrounded by a layer of luscious single-origin 70% Venezuela dark couverture. Finished off with a kiss of pleasantly bitter Criollo cocoa powder, it’s a gift that’s strikingly luxurious...

  • The Vegan Mix includes each of our 4 Vegan assortments: the Dark Pepites, the Orangettes, the Pâtes de Fruits and our Z chocolates number 10 and 15. Perfect for Vegan aficionados in search of fine delicacies with a French twist.

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Fancy some chocolate? What if we told you that the best chocolate in the world is also Vegan friendly? On this page you will find our selection of products that are guaranteed 100% vegan!

What is a vegan chocolate?

Veganism is a lifestyle choice that consists of abstaining from the use or consumption of any animal products. This obviously requires an appropriate diet: milk, cheese, butter, meat, eggs, etc. are all prohibited. This can also often mean that many desserts are off-limits, as many of these animal-based ingredients are used on a very wide scale. A vegan chocolate therefore has its own recipe which does not include everything of animal origin in its composition.

Where can I buy genuine vegan chocolate?

Vegan specialty stores and most organic brands offer vegan chocolate. You can also find them in some supermarkets, however this often requires checking the long list of ingredients. To be sure to meet your needs and expectations in terms of value, zChocolat offers you its selection of chocolate products certified "100% Vegan". A simple way to experience an exceptional product and one of the best chocolates in the world, while respecting your committed lifestyle.

What are vegan chocolates?

In this selection that is dedicated to veganism, all our delicacies that meet these plant-based requirements have been listed below:

  • Chocolates N°10 and N°15 (available in one assortment)
  • Orangettes
  • Dark chocolate truffles
  • Fruit Jellies
  • Dark chocolate and almond Pépites

How and when will my vegan chocolates be delivered?

By ordering with us, your package can be shipped the same day and delivered anywhere in the world in record time (between 2 and 5 days) by DHL. This guarantees you a very precise tracking of your vegan chocolates on their journey. In the event of a problem, our world-renowned customer service team will find a solution that suits you. The products we deliver are perfectly protected from shocks and extreme weather conditions thanks to specially designed packaging.

For what occasions can we offer vegan chocolate?

Although perfect for any recipient, our vegan chocolates are designed to be gifted. Indeed, the vast majority of our products are sent as gifts for many celebrations and for that we offer multiple services to personalize your shipment and make your present truly unique! (Photo on the box, engraving, personalized packaging and accessories...) As for any gift, the key occasions to offer a box of vegan chocolate are the following..:

  • Valentine's Day
  • Christmas
  • Easter
  • For a birthday...

But, of course, you can also surprise your recipients by offering them something unexpected for other events, which will make it all the more exceptional.

What is the difference between a vegan chocolate and a classic chocolate?

Classic chocolate does not have the requirements of vegan and can therefore be made up of many of the more classic, animal-based ingredients found in sweet foods. Often, industrially made chocolate contains palm oil or synthetic flavors to keep costs down, as well as the common addition of milk, egg and butter…

Not only are Z vegan chocolates handcrafted by French chocolatiers and do not contain any of the low-end ingredients listed above, but they also perfectly meet the values of veganism by excluding everything that comes from the animal in the creation of our recipes on this section.

Vegan recipes; an alternative way to discover chocolate

Although our recipes focus mainly on chocolate and other sweet delicacies, why not encourage curiosity by creating your own vegan gourmet dishes and delights such as vegan cakes, a chocolate fountain, cupcakes, ice creams and others to explore this new way of consuming.

Discover more about vegan (origins)

To be a vegan is to refuse animal exploitation. This implies not consuming animal flesh, dairy products, eggs, honey or hive products, not wearing clothing made from raw materials derived from animals (fur, leather, wool, silk, etc.), not using hygiene products, skincare or makeup that has been tested on animals.

Veganism, which takes the form of reduced demand for products involving animals, is much more than a lifestyle; it is a commitment to the abolition of all forms of animal exploitation.

This English term was coined in 1944, from the word vegetarian (VEG-etari-AN), in order to distinguish itself from ovo-lacto-vegetarianism, by Donald Watson, co-founder of the Vegan Society. As early as 1951, the latter defined veganism as living without exploiting animals. In English, vegan refers to both diet and lifestyle (we speak of dietary vegan and ethical vegan).

Veganism has developed naturally in all countries of the world. Its values are shared by people of all ages, cultures and social classes. Vegans are often opposed to the idea that this way of life is reserved for an elite group. This is a false image because foods such as lentils and tofu are much more economical sources of protein than meat and many vegans live in countries that do not have our standard of living. There are vegans all over the world, in Europe of course and all over the American continent, but also in Africa, India, Asia and especially China where there are already 50 million vegetarians and vegans. The number of vegans in the United States is estimated to have doubled between 2009 and 2011 and will rise again to over 7.5 million. In France between 2 and 3% of the population, or roughly one million consider themselves either vegetarian or vegan. A smaller proportion than our European neighbors: United Kingdom: 7 to 11% of the population (4 million - largely because of the Indian population), Germany, 9% of the population (7 to 8 million) are vegetarians and a little more than 10% of those are practice veganism.

What do Vegans eat?

Vegans do not eat meat, fish, shellfish, dairy products, eggs or honey... In summary, no animal products whatsoever. Nor will the vegan consume leather, wool, cosmetics tested on animals or with ingredients of animal origin.

Included in the list of things not consumed by vegans is cheese: Parmesan, grated, pizza cheese, edam, mozzarella, blue, cheese spread (with herbs, nuts), cheddar, slices (mushrooms, pizza taste...), ricotta, fondue.

Some ideas in bulk: Soup (with vegetables, without cream), fruit smoothies made with nut milk, soy steaks, cereal steaks, pasta (without eggs), tomato sauces, vegetable pies, spreads (tapenade without anchovies), soy, rice and nut-milk yoghurt, spices, soy cream, rice or spelt, vegan butter, soy chantilly, spreads and milks made from soya, almonds, coconut, oats and rice, dried and fresh fruit, nuts, dairy-free chocolate and ice cream, egg substitutes...

Why become vegan?

For animals

In farms, many animals are crammed into overcrowded sheds. By forcibly separating animals, crowding them or locking them in cages, these farms deprive animals of emotional ties and expose them to psychological and physical suffering. Essential activities such as scraping the earth, playing, running, jumping and exploring are simply impossible on many farms and often, the animals are deprived of daylight.

For the environment

Changing your lifestyle and diet to vegan could significantly reduce your carbon footprint.

What we eat has direct consequences for the climate and the environment. Vegetating our food acts effectively against climate change, reduces pollution and deforestation and helps to preserve our planet.

For humans

Humans also suffer from the consequences of livestock farming, but this is not inevitable:

A very large number of arable lands are used for the sole purpose of feeding livestock, while 800 million humans suffer from malnutrition. The breeding and consumption of meat products thus feed the waste of resources, monopolized by some to the detriment of others.

In another area, most occupations related to farming or fishing are difficult jobs: livestock farmers are forced to work 365 days a year, slaughterhouse workers and fishermen also have very difficult working conditions.

For Health

A balanced vegan diet is good for your health and is suitable for all ages of life.

Dried beans and chickpeas, nuts and almonds, cereals, vegetables and fruit provide abundant protein, fibre, carbohydrates, fat, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants; all elements that strengthen our immune system and have a positive impact on our health.