Below are some of the most common questions that Sugar Love gets about the confectionss and ordering online. If you don't see the answer you're seeking, feel free to reach out at or call us at (800) 479-9830

Are the confections gluten free?

We're happy to say that our kitchen is gluten-free. While we have no current gluten-free certifications, there is nothing in the kitchen 

Is anything vegan?

Currently we have a small sampling of vegan chocolate confections. The Coconut truffle, the Roasted Pecan Gianduja and the dark chocolate nut clusters are vegan options. We've also got every chocolate bar but the milk chocolate one (and the candy cane holiday bar). I'm working on adding a vegan sample box as a standard option, but for now, just contact me at info (at) and we'll make sure your chocolates are vegan.

Are the chocolates peanut free?

While none of the chocolate truffles call for peanuts in their recipes, the equipment is shared and peanut oil is known to transfer easily from food to food. I would caution anyone with a severe peanut allergy to not indulge in anything from Sugar Love Chocolates.

Why is shipping so expensive?

Because of heat! As I'm sure you're aware, heat does great damage to pretty little chocolates and so we have to take precautions against heat while in transit. Between the months of May and September, shipping and packaging includes: gel refrigerants, styrofoam insulation cooler, cardboard packaging and two-day shipping. During the cooler months, shipping expenses are reduced as the level of protection isn't required.

For heat resistant products (brittles and caramels), the shipping charges don't change during the heat months. I'll still ship two-day or less, but I'll eat any changes in shipping costs as they tend not to be much more than our standard shipping.

When do you ship products out?

To make sure your goodies aren't sitting in a post office somewhere, possibly melting, we ship out Monday through Wednesday to across the United States. Thursdays we will ship to certain west coast locations. During the cooler months (October through March), shipping will occur six days a week.