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Houston, TX

Supplant Coffee Milk Chocolate Bar (Pack)

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Our premium 2.3 oz milk (45% cocoa) chocolate bars, infused with coffee, contain 50% less sugar than regular milk chocolate bars. They're prebiotic, are good for gut health, and contain no artificial sweeteners, colors, flavors or preservatives. Developed by Chef Thomas Keller, made in Indiana using Sugars from Fiber.

Made with Sugars from Fiber, which has less than half the calories than sugar, a lower glycemic response compared to glucose and is prebiotic.

Benefits of the Supplant Coffee Milk Chocolate Bar:

  • 46% less sugar than regular milk chocolate*
  • Prebiotic
  • Good for gut health
  • Certified Kosher
  • No artificial sweeteners, colors, flavors or preservatives
  • No soy lecithin
  • No cane sugar
  • No sugar alcohols

 *  10g of sugar/33g; Avg. milk chocolate ~20g/33g. See nutrition information for fat and saturated fat content.  


2.3 oz bar




Contains Milk.

Made in a facility that also processes wheat, milk, peanuts, almond, coconut, hazelnut.




Houston, TX

We believe it is possible for a better future for people and the planet. That means healthier food, enough for all but without more environmental impact.

We know it’s going to need a new perspective to radically re-think how things are currently done. The focus here at The Supplant Company is on unlocking the huge potential of plant fiber, the most abundant and underused resource that’s made on farms. By taking fiber from cobs, husks and stalks and making it taste good we’re building a food system that’s better for all, including the planet.