Gen Z’s self-proclaimed 'go-to chocolate' has had a makeover and added Raspberry Pink Pepper flavour to its line-up.
Kyoot, the plant-based Belgium chocolate brand that was launched nine months ago, will be carried in Soho House & Co’s mini bars across the UK after it won the Soho Chance Award in the ‘consumer food and drink’ category.
Kyoot is targeting 'next-generation snackers' through its chocolate that is 'carefully crafted by world-class chocolatiers in Belgium'. It's range is vegan, organic and gluten-free.
The line has now been extended to include four SKUs: Original; Crunchy Salted Caramel; Vanilla Quinoa Pops; and - newly launched - Raspberry Pink Pepper.
All of Kyoot’s 70% dark chocolate bars are made from sustainably-harvested cacao.
"When it comes to ingredients and production, transparency is essential. Where industrial chocolate brands use monoculture cacao plantations which rely on deforestation and heavy fertilisers, Kyoot takes a regenerative approach," the company said.
Their organic cacao is grown by small-scale farmers in the Peruvian Amazon, alongside a wide variety of indigenous plants. "The result? Healthier soil, more carbon sequestration, increased biodiversity, and a diversified income stream for farmers," Kyoot said.
The company also sources 100% fully recyclable paper packaging printed with bio inks.
Kyoot is already stocked in concept stores, newsagents, and gourmet grocers around London - from Supermarket of Dreams, the Design Museum, Wild & The Moon, to Panzer’s Deli, Shreeji Newsagents, and Mira Mikati’s Happy House.