Sugar-free chocolate company Lily’s Sweets is selling its business with a deal likely to close within months, according to sources familiar with the matter. Lily’s Sweets was created by Cynthia Tice a decade ago to use stevia as a main sweetener to satisfy health-conscious consumers’ chocolate cravings, and is currently led by industry veteran Jane Miller. The business has expanded beyond its initial chocolate bars into baking chips, peanut butter cups, chocolate covered nuts, and popcorn over the years. Lily's Sweets, the leader in the no added sugar movement with its botanically-sweetened chocolate and confections, today announced nine new products are now available in Whole Foods Market, with other retailers to follow later this quarter.
Lily's Sweets Dark Chocolate Style Baking Chips 255g$11.85 $14.95
Lily's Sweets Dark Chocolate Style Baking Chips 255g Lily's Sweets Dark Chocolate Style Baking Chips Great-tasting, healthy baking starts with great-tasting, healthy ingredients. Lilyâ¬ "!s dark chocolate baking chips, stevia-sweetened with no...