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WHY NONO Because we say Nono to Gluten, Nuts, Dairy, Egg and the top 14 allergens. Nono again to Artificial Colouring, GMO & Preservatives. Nono Cholesterol and, Nono missing out or compromise on quality & taste!
SOLVING PROBLEM Nono Chocolate was created out of necessity for my son #nonoboy who has Autism, Coeliac, Epilepsy and Allergies. He inspired the flavours and later the movement.
AUTISM EMPLOYMENT We proudly say Nono to Exclusion, Discrimination, Bulling... we offer a work opportunity to people with disabilities #teamnono mums, carers and more. With every product we sell we are getting closer to the dream of having independence; ‘We create our own future’ ..
  • WHY NONO Because we say Nono to Gluten, Nuts, Dairy, Egg and the top 14 allergens. Nono again to Artificial Colouring, GMO & Preservatives. Nono Cholesterol and, Nono missing out or compromise on quality & taste!
  • SOLVING PROBLEM Nono Chocolate was created out of necessity for my son #nonoboy who has Autism, Coeliac, Epilepsy and Allergies. He inspired the flavours and later the movement.
  • AUTISM EMPLOYMENT We proudly say Nono to Exclusion, Discrimination, Bulling... we offer a work opportunity to people with disabilities #teamnono mums, carers and more. With every product we sell we are getting closer to the dream of having independence; ‘We create our own future’ ..
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Sixteen years in lockdown

Sixteen years in lockdown

For me and my son, 15 years before covid pandemic challenged us all, our life was already isolated, restricted, restrained, limited, dictated and debilitating by the complexity of autism and associated conditions.
David Fiske - Editor in Chief at Chocolatier UK - Review of Reinbow Box

David Fiske - Editor in Chief at Chocolatier UK - Review of Reinbow Box

'The rainbow motif is a powerful one, often used to represent peace, equality, and hope, as well as being a symbol of LGBTQ+ movements around the world. It's a beacon of hope that one day we will all live in a world without discrimination or exclusion.

Social enterprise Nono Cocoa drew inspiration from this mighty emblem to create its latest chocolate box, the Rainbow Collection, for Valentines and Mother's Day.'

Disabled, Autistic, Queer ... in-between Closets - LGBTQ+ History Month

Disabled, Autistic, Queer ... in-between Closets - LGBTQ+ History Month

Thinking about what I could write for this blog, I realised that more than anything, I think of myself as often being in-between. I’m too queer for autistic spaces, and too autistic for queer spaces. Whether I’m in a queer space or an autistic space, a piece of myself is always being hidden and denied. Ableism emerges in queer spaces, and homophobia emerges in disabled spaces. I emerge from one closet, only to be locked into another.
Chocolate History by Lydia Wilkins - Actually Autistic

Chocolate History by Lydia Wilkins - Actually Autistic

1828 saw a Dutch chemist create a more palatable version, meaning that the bitter taste was no longer a problem - and thus creating a more ‘solid’ product. Joseph Fry is credited with creating the first modern chocolate bar; in 1847 he found that he could mould the paste, creating a more streamlined product.
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