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H!P Chocolate & Love Cocoa host first Pop-Up in London

By Anthony Myers contact

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A mock-up of the H!P Chocolate & Love Cocoa pop-up that opens in London on Thursday (7 April). Pic: Love Cocoa
A mock-up of the H!P Chocolate & Love Cocoa pop-up that opens in London on Thursday (7 April). Pic: Love Cocoa

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British chocolate brands H!P Chocolate and Love Cocoa (both founded by James Cadbury, the great-great-great grandson of the original Mr Cadbury) are hosting their first ever London pop-up this week.

The hip Hackney-based companies are setting up shop at Sook Spaces, 58 Oxford Street, W1D 1BH, running from Thursday 7 to Saturday 9 ​April with ‘a chocolate extravaganza that promises something for every kind of chocolate aficionado’.

Love Cocoa was founded in 2016 while H!P launched in early 2021, with the aim of reinventing chocolate by replacing dairy with plant-based creamy oat milk. Both brands have firmly established themselves in the eco sphere, championing sustainably-sourced, slave-free cocoa and plastic-free packaging alongside commitments to combating deforestation and climate change.

H!P Chocolate it celebrates its 1st​ birthday on Thursday 7 ​April (11am-5.30pm). ​The plant-powered brand has gone from strength-to-strength, selling over 1million bars to flexitarian devotees nationwide.

On Friday 8 and Saturday 9 April (11am-5.30pm), ​Love Cocoa will be celebrating its hugely successful Plant A Tree campaign - which has seen a million trees planted in Africa over the past two years - as well as showcasing its indulgent Luxury Easter Collection​.

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