FabFudge Offers Biscoff, Amaretto, Fruit & Nut, Oreo, Chocolate Orange Flavored Dairy-Free Fudge And More
FabFudge, is a UK based dairy-free fudge company, offering a fantastic range of vegan fudges for all occasions, with profits going to an important charitable cause.
FabFudge creates a superb range of dairy free fudge including their brand new fruit & nut fudge, of course this is on top of their very popular delicious Biscoff, Amaretto, Peanut Butter, Chocolate Orange flavours to name a few.
As well as these, FabFudge also produces their popular Vegan Baileys “Almande” Fudge. This “world exclusive” fudge is made by blending the “lusciously creamy drink with our signature dairy-free chocolates to create a beautifully smooth fudge with more than a hint of the gorgeous Baileys within.”
All year round vegan flavours include Creme Egg, Cinder Toffee, Pistachio, Rum & Raisin, Cashew & Maple Syrup, Oreo and Banoffee.
The Bristol based company began as a simple fundraising activity, selling fudge to friends and family. However, now, the award-winning brand offers over forty different flavours of dairy free fudge and ships internationally. But, while the business has grown, the mission remains just the same; with profits going towards getting Jill the MS treatment she needs. FabFudge also promises on their website, “Once she has undergone the treatment and recovered, we will be donating a substantial share of the profit to AIMS,” a charity established to aid others seeking treatment for MS.
Jill has suffered from Multiple Sclerosis for over a decade and decided enough was enough! After seeing doctors and numerous experts who didn’t really offer any hope of a cure, she decided to do her own research and came across HSCT.
HSCT is quite complex but involves chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant to create a new immune system. The only problem is that it costs a lot of money because Jill doesn’t meet the extremely tight criteria required by the NHS, and so Jill is seeking treatment in Moscow. Jill set up a GoFundMe page but it was clear that we could not just rely on that, so the idea of #FabFudge was born.
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