Giveaway: Go Max Go Vegan Candy Bars!!


This Giveaway is Complete and we have Two Winners:

  • Congratulations to Lisa @ MidwestVeg, she is getting a box filled with Go Max Go vegan candy bars!

  • Congratulations to Lisa Winters (it’s a lucky week for Lisa’s!), she is also going to be stocked up with some dairy-free candy bar goodness!

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Yes, you read that correctly, two of you will each win a full box of totally vegan candy bars from Go Max Go! The boxes will include two of each of the following …

Buccaneer Vegan Candy Bars (Better than 3 Musketeers!)

Go Max Go Vegan Candy Bars - Buccaneer (compare to 3 Musketeers)

Cleo’s Vegan Candy Bars (Better than Reese’s PB Cups!)

Go Max Go Vegan Candy Bars - Cleo's (compare to Reese's Peanut Butter Cups)

Jokerz Vegan Candy Bars (Better than Snickers!)

Go Max Go Vegan Candy Bars - Jokerz (compare to Snickers)

Mahalo Vegan Candy Bars (Better than Almond Joy!)

Go Max Go Vegan Candy Bars - Mahalo (compare to Almond Joy)

Snap! Vegan Candy Bars (Better than Nestle Crunch!)

Go Max Go Vegan Candy Bars - Snap! (compare to Nestle Crunch)

New! Thumbs Up Vegan Candy Bars (Better than Butterfinger!)

Go Max Go Vegan Candy Bars - Thumbs Up (compare to Butterfinger)

Go Max Go Vegan Candy Bars - Thumbs Up (compare to Butterfinger)

I could hardly believe it myself, but Go Max Go has a new vegan candy bar that tastes so much like Butterfingers! I had a pre-production sample, and wowsers – so good! The winners will be among the first people to taste these new delights.

That is TWO prize packages of a dozen vegan candy bars! Talk about some awesome stocking stuffers.

Gluten-Free Note: Most of the Go Max Go candy bars are gluten-free. If you win, and prefer not to have any gluten-ful treats, they can put together a gluten-free box for you.

Milk Allergy Note: Go Max Go candy bars may contain traces of milk as they are produced on shared lines with other candy bars. The lines do undergo cleaning in between batches, but traces of milk may remain. This could be enough to cause a reaction for those with severe / highly sensitive milk allergies. Remember, always read the label and contact the company prior to consumption of ANY product where severe milk allergies are a concern. The “may contain” labeling is optional, not mandatory!

To Enter to Win:

Entry #1: Comment on this post and tell me … What is your favorite type of candy bar? (Hint: This is a great time to make a request to the Go Max Go production team if you don’t see your favorite here!)

Entry #2 (optional): Share this giveaway on your favorite social network (this could even be emailing your friends and family!), and let me know that you did in a second comment.

The winner will be selected on Sunday, December 2nd, so comment now!

About Author

Alisa is the founder of, Food 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, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. Really you can’t top chocolate/peanut butter or chocolate/coconut. However, chocolate and mint would be sweet (hint hint).

  2. I LOVE all of Go Max Go’s products!!! It’s so hard to find a good DF candy bar. Their’s are the best!!

  3. when I could eat regular candy bars my favorite was mounds. All of these look amazing I can’t wait to hopefully be able to try them!

  4. i would to get some.of these.for my 3 1/2 year old daughter to try seen as though theres not many treats out there she likes for a little child.with dairy intolerance

  5. Honestly I have never tried any of these but will very soon. Just found out I have to give up dairy and I love chocolate! I am emailing this to my family! Thanks so much for showing me I have options!

  6. yuuuuum! I am going to have to try all of these! My favorite traditional candy bar is a Peppermint Patty!

  7. Danielle Pollack on

    These all look so delicious. Both of my children have dairy allergies so finding a “real” candy bar is a challenge. I’ve never seen any of these. For our family though we need candy bars that are nut free. Both my kids have peanut allergies and my son has tree nut allergies as well. So the one that’s like the SNAP! bar would do well in our house 🙂 Thank you for sharing these. It’s nice to see more dairy free options coming to the market.