Hu Chocolate is that best brand of chocolate bars for people who observe diet plans, or have food restrictions based on belief, principles or simply due to health issues. Whether one is vegan, vegetarian, a paleo eater or under treatment for sugar-related disorders, Hu Chocolates have been tried and tested by many as the most delicious and genuinely healthy option.
First off, Hu bars are made from raw chocolate grown organically, and makes use of raw honey as sweeteners, making it truly vegan and fairly paleo. They are also dairy-free, using coconut milk rather than soy milk as a substitute for attaining creaminess. Hu Chocolate goodies also exclude barley, rye and wheat to avoid gluten protein.
Despite the limitations and restrictions made in the manufacture of Hu Chocolates, any variant, whether covering nuts, berries or crackers, comes with the right amount of sweetness and creaminess. There are eight flavors available as choices: Almond Butter + Puffed Quinoa, Cashew Butter + Vanilla Bean, Hazelnut Butter.
Orange Dream Vanilla Cashew Butter, Salty, Simple, Crunchy Mint and Vanilla Quinoa Qrispy:
The most well-loved among the 8 flavors are the Cashew Butter + Vanilla Bean, Hazelnut Butter, and the Vanilla Quinoa Qrispy Hu Bars.
About Hu Kitchen, the Producers of Hu Chocolate Bars
In taking a close look at the Hu Kitchen NYC, the company that produces Hu Chocolate Bars, you will also get to know how its founders impose certain restrictions and observe sustainability practices, in order to keep Hu products friendly to nearly all types of food regimen.
Founders Jordan Brown, his sister Jessica Karp and her husband Jason Karp, launched their business concept in 2012 as a New York City restaurant dedicated to serving paleo and vegan options. Their business model included setting restrictions such as excluding gluten protein, dairy products, refined sugar, soy, preservatives, and canola/vegetable oils.
They later looked for a company that can produce and supply them with baked chocolate treats that can strictly adhere to the Hu Kitchen restrictions. Initially hooking up with Whole Foods in selling their Hu Chocolate Bars, their chocolate brand has become a nationwide hit that it is now available in about 3,000 stores across the country.
To ensure their food products particularly the Hu Chocolate bars will stay consistent, the three founders who all have a background in finance and business, initially did not let in investors. That way, they will not be put in a position where they will be pushed back and eventually be obliged to cut corners for the sake of profit.
After all, they are also in the practice of observing sustainability in sourcing ingredients and in packaging their products. Moreover, the Hu Kitchen donates 25% of its profits to help India’s underprivileged children.