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All Chocoley brand chocolate products are AKC Kosher Dairy certified, gluten free/Celiac Safe and are manufactured and packaged in facilities that DO NOT allow exposure to Peanuts, Wheat/Gluten, Eggs, Tree Nuts, Sesame, Fish, or Crustacean. This includes the Bada Bing Bada Boom Gourmet Compound Chocolates, the Just Melt It! Fountain and Fondue Chocolate, and all Chocoley products within the Indulgence lines.

Decocoa White Gourmet Compound Chocolate is NOT a Chocoley brand product and is produced and packaged in a facility separate from our Chocoley brand chocolate products. Decocoa White may contain peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, eggs. For those with allergen concerns we recommend using Bada Bing Bada Boom Candy & Molding White as a replacement for dipping and drizzling applications.

All of our chocolate products contain milk (or lactose) and clearly specify milk or lactose as an ingredient.

Soy Lecithin derived from soybeans is used as an ingredient in some of our chocolate and compound chocolates. Products that do not contain soy lecithin as an ingredient are packaged on the same equipment as those that do. Soy Lecithin can be found listed in the ingredients on items that directly contain soy lecithin as an ingredient.

WARNING: Chocoley cream centers and caramel are manufactured and packaged in different facilities than our chocolate. Our caramel and cream centers may contain allergens, including: Peanuts, Eggs, Tree Nuts, Fish or Crustacean.

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