Less Sugar. Sweet Life. Lily’s delivers delicious, no-sugar-added chocolate and confections that people obsess over. Treats with less sugar that can be an everyday indulgence, so you’re inspired to live a sweeter life. Founded by Cynthia Tice, a natural products industry trailblazer who was drinking green juice before it was cool, Lily’s was created on the belief that people can eat better without giving up sweets. Today, Lily’s is headquartered in Boulder, Colo., and our experienced team remains committed to creating offerings that help you achieve overall balance by satisfying cravings in a better way. All of our Chocolate Bars, Baking Chips, Chocolate Covered Nuts, Peanut Butter Cups, Chocolate Covered Caramels, and Chocolate Covered Caramel Popcorn are made with thoughtfully-selected, Non-GMO and fair trade ingredients so we feel proud of what we make, and you feel good about eating botanically-sweetened treats with 2g or less of sugar per serving. We hope you’ll join us in our sugar reduction movement by connecting with us online at lilys.com, and on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Move over sugar, we’ll take it from here.
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Low-sugar chocolate brand Lily’s is on track to join The Hershey Company. The candy and snack giant today announced its intention to close the deal for VMG-backed, Boulder-based Lily’s.
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Lily’s Sweets, a leader in the no added sugar movement with its botanically-sweetened chocolate and confections, has announced the debut of new Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, with flavors so unbelievably-good you won’t even miss the sugar.
It’s time for Lily’s Sweets to blossom. So hopes the team of top industry investors and executives backing and working with the no- or low-sugar added line of chocolate. This week the confectionary brand announced the launch of new snacking products as well as a rebrand — both of which follow an investment last year by VMG and the addition of CPG veteran Jane Miller as CEO.
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