nib mor, known for its certifiably indulgent organic dark chocolate, will be attending this year’s Sweets & Snacks Expo, showcasing its better-for-you snacking chocolates. Expo attendees can stop by nib mor’s booth (Booth #20117), at the Indiana Conference Center and sample the brand’s offerings from June 23-25.
nib mor will be debuting its newly redesigned logo and packaging for the first time. The redesign reinforces its position as the go-to, crowd-pleasing, yes-able snack that the whole family can enjoy. The new packaging features vibrant colors and unique iconography showcasing the brand’s credentials in a playful way.
All of nib mor’s current products will be on display at the Sweets & Snacks Expo, including:
- Snacking Bags: Squares of certifiably indulgent organic dark chocolate in Sea Salt, Tart Cherry, Blueberry, Extra Dark, Mint and Original varieties.
- Snack Size Bars: Individually wrapped bars of organic dark chocolate in the same iconic flavors, perfect for snacking.
- Hot Cocoa: Organic drinking cocoa in Original and Mint flavors.
“We’re really excited to share nib mor’s new look at the Sweets & Snacks Expo this year. The timing is great as the new packaging is just beginning to roll into stores,” said Prabha Cheemalapati, CEO of nib mor. “We’ll have samples of our Snack Size bars ready for attendees to taste so everyone can get a chance to see why we call it certifiably indulgent dark chocolate!”
In May, nib mor received a Silver sofi Award in the chocolate candy category from the Specialty Food Association, selected from nearly 1,500 entries.
nib mor has had a strong start to the year with sales up more than 45 percent on its snacking bag portfolio, in SPINS Natural + Grocery Channels. Hot cocoa sales have been up considerably this year at more than 24 percent vs. year-ago. “We’ve seen big momentum coming into 2021 and we’re excited to continue to grow our footprint. Our retail partners, Sprouts, The Fresh Market, Wegmans, Whole Foods Florida and Costco give us a national footprint. And we’re working hard to add even more doors,” added VP of Sales, Ross Rutherford.