Ben & Jerry’s Vegan Varieties Ditch Dairy for a New Ingredient

Ben & Jerry’s Vegan Varieties Ditch Dairy for a New Ingredient
Food & Beverage

Fan feedback encouraged this company to offer vegan ice cream

Emma Hutchings
  • 4 february 2016

Fans of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream have long been asking for non-dairy alternatives and the company has listened to its consumers. After months of research and development, a selection has been revealed aimed at those committed to a vegan lifestyle and people who can’t eat dairy for health reasons. The four new flavors are certified vegan and made with almond milk. Now, those who are unable—or choose not to—consume dairy can try out these frozen desserts.

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