Published 17 April 2018
Non-dairy pints now comprise 20 percent of the iconic ice cream brand’s products thanks to the addition of two vegan versions of fan-favourite flavours.
Ice cream brand Ben & Jerry’s added two new non-dairy flavours today to its growing line of vegan options. Both flavours are made with an almond milk base and are vegan versions of the brand’s best-selling flavours. Peanut Butter Half Baked features chocolate and peanut butter with fudge brownies and pieces of peanut butter cookie dough, while Cinnamon Buns is made with cinnamon-spiced ice cream and features cinnamon bun dough and a cinnamon streusel swirl. “When our fans asked for non-dairy,” Ben & Jerry’s assistant brand manager Nelia Horikawa told VegNews, “we listened. We’re always working to bring Ben & Jerry’s fans the latest and greatest flavours.” Ben & Jerry’s first debuted its non-dairy line in 2016 with four flavors—PB & Cookies, Coffee Caramel Fudge, Chunky Monkey, and Chocolate Fudge Brownie….Read more here
Written by Anna Starostinetskaya, article by Vegnews.com
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