If you or you’re new to this: vegan, parve, pareve, parevine, and dairy free are all synonymous. There are also symbols that you can look for that will help you, read more tips here.
A small family operated business in Cleveland, Ohio that makes specialty chocolates. If you are around to visit, stop in! They are a dairy free facility and even have dairy free ice cream. Their chocolate strawberries are amazing. They will custom make things for you. They have online ordering, but it doesn’t show their full catalog. This is my go to place for most of my chocolates.
Oh Nuts carries both dairy and non-dairy chocolates, so be sure to read their listing. However, they have an enormous assortment of dairy free, from truffles to chocolate pretzels, fancy stuff to snacks.
Lake Champlain chocolates are a high end chocolate for sure. I personally feel they are on a level with Godiva for quality of chocolate, even though they don’t really have those fancy boxes . They carry both dairy and non-dairy, but they have it separated out pretty well.
Extensive line of vegan chocolate.
These can be ordered online, but unfortunately you have to either be able to see the parve logo on the package in the picture or know the brand that you are looking for. The bars I have in my hand here don’t have milk as an ingredient, though they are made on milk lines. The two ingredients lists that are shown are from the World Market Raspberry Dark Chocolate with Raspberry Filling and the Chocolove Orange Peel Dark Chocolate.
This one is sort of a no-brainer, but Amazon has a wide variety of marketers in their marketplace. Look for keywords like “parve” “pareve” “vegan” to get dairy free. Click here to get started on that search. My personal favorite is the Perugina Chocolate Covered Cherries. They are actually one of my favorite things in the whole world.
7. Health Food Stores
They have a whole section dedicated to dairy free so you can get your chocolate fix.