Go Max Go Candy Bars [Non-Dairy Queen]


Ok, how many people out there (who can't have milk chocolate) have told somebody about dairy free chocolate and got the "EEEWWW GROSS" comment?  I always explain to them that chocolate it not dairy.  In fact, we all seem to like dairy free chocolate around here more…as I learned from the reviews I got for the Go Max Go candy bars! 


Go Max Go Vegan Candy Bars

There are four different flavors…Buccaneer, Twilight, Jokerz and Mahalo. All 4 flavors are the dairy equivalent of the major name brands. Now, to be honest, I am not a candy bar buff. I know…the travesty. So, I decided to let the real judges have a go at it.  Well, the reviews I got were more than outstanding!!! 

Within an hour of having the bars in the house, my husband wanted to try the Mahalo.  He actually said the Mahalo tasted better than the dairy counter part! He said, "It tastes fresher and more like real coconut".  I even heard him telling other people (who can have dairy) about it ! 

As you can see, I did not get a chance to get a picture of each candy bar before it was comsumed because every time I turned around…the kids were going for the non-dairy bars!  My youngest son has already told me that I need to get more…so I would say that these are a winner here!  Another score for our dairy free community!

Please note: Like most chocolate products, Go Max Go bars are made on shared equipment with milk chocolate products. They do clean between batch runs and this is a vegan product, but trace amounts of milk may remain, which could be a concern for those with severe milk allergies. This warning is only being included on the reviews for this product at the request of a consumer (whose child had a reaction to these chocolate bars). When severe milk allergies are a concern, caution should be taken with ALL packaged foods, not just this one. Go Dairy Free is not affiliated with these companies and cannot report on the safety of any food products for severe food allergies.


This is a third party review by Sarena Shasteen of The Non-Dairy QueenFor more information on these products, to find out where to purchase them, or to contact the company, visit the Go Max Go Website.

Go Max Go Vegan Candy Bars

About Author

Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Senior Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. Articles / products like this frustrate me. You can’t call something dairy free if it’s made on a plant that is shared with dairy products!

    • Mel, most foods are, unfortunately. Even most brands of milk alternative and dairy substitutes are made in shared plants and some even on shared lines. There are truly very few exclusive allergen-safe facilities out there. I actually applaud companies like this one who do alert the consumer to dairy in the facility or on the same lines (it isn’t required by law to give you “may contain” information), and who have food allergy cleaning processes in place.

      If we were to only post about products made in completely dairy-free facilities, then it would do a disservice to the many people who are dairy-free, and many vegan, who can safely eat additional products. Not to mention, we wouldn’t have many products listed at all!!

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