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Thursday, June 28, 2007

Fabulous Fudge Factory Dairy-Free Confectionery

While I was on the Redwood Wholefood Company website, I found their Fudge Factory, "unique dairy free fudge from Devon."

Special recipe with soya milk to taste as good as full dairy fudge. How? Because it's made in Devon where confectioners understand fudge. A product to satisfy an increasing number of customers who are lactose intolerant as well as vegetarians and vegans who choose to avoid dairy produce and GMOs.

Dairy free fudge is a rare item, so I hope those of you looking for a small indulgence are aware of this treat.

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