About us

Eat Chic Chocolates takes the classic chocolate peanut butter cup to the next level, using the highest quality craft chocolate, our own small batch nut butter fillings, and organic spices and flavorings. We offer dozens of flavors, from our signature  peanut butter and almond butter cups dusted with Maldon sea salt, to more adventurous pairings such as lemon-poppyseed cashew butter and cinnamon-tahini. We also offer a range of refined sugar free chocolates made with nut butters lightly sweetened with organic unrefined coconut sugar and rich 79% cacao dark chocolate. Our chocolates are naturally vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, palm oil-free, and, above all, absolutely delicious.

Eat Chic Chocolates is a woman-owned and operated business that launched in the fall of 2016, and currently our chocolates are sold at over 30 independent stores and cafes, at the chocolate counters at Dean & Deluca, through subscription boxes, for weddings and events, and on our online site www.eatchicchocolates.com. We are grateful to be recognized by national press such as Real Simple, VegNews, and AFAR, and to win a Good Food Award in 2018 for our commitment to making delicious and ethically-produced confections.

We do everything with extraordinary care, from the selection of our ingredients to the packaging and shipping of our luxurious chocolate boxes. We hope that you can taste our commitment to excellence in every bite.
Founder Lotta Andonian
Eat Chic Chocolates has its roots in London, where founder Lotta Andonian started selling peanut butter cups as a side project to her job in fashion marketing under the brand Eat Chic while living abroad in 2014. Orders quickly grew from 100 at a time to 1000 at a time, and after many sleepless nights juggling both jobs, Andonian quit fashion marketing to make chocolates as her full-time career in 2015. Within months, the chocolates were stocked in some of the world’s most prestigious food halls, including Selfridges and Fortnum & Mason; won two Great Taste Awards; and were featured in publications such as Vogue.co.uk, Stylist, The Evening Standard, Grazia, BBC Good Food, and many more.
Homesick, Andonian moved to back to the U.S. in the summer of 2016 to relaunch the business as Eat Chic Chocolates out of Brooklyn Food Works in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.

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