Unilever-owned Ben & Jerry’s has released a new line of dairy-free frozen desserts made with sunflower butter.
The products, which offer an alternative to the brand’s existing almond-based range of non-dairy desserts, are packaged in tubs with a bright yellow lid.
Three flavours are now available in the US: ‘milk’ and cookies, crème brûlée cookie and mint chocolate cookie.
“Plant-based eating is one of the biggest trends in the world and ice cream lovers everywhere have shouted for non-dairy/vegan options that rise to the levels of Ben & Jerry’s euphoric awesomeness,” said Ben & Jerry’s CEO Matthew McCarthy.
“I am over-the-moon excited that our Flavor Gurus have churned out something funky and chunky that is nothing short of spectacular.”
Ben & Jerry’s non-dairy pints including three new seed-based sunflower butter flavours.
Ben & Jerry’s is also launching two new almond-based Non-Dairy Mini Cups: P.B. & cookies and caramel chocolate chunk. The format features one scoop in a portion-controlled pack.
Including the recently launched non-dairy version of Netflix & Chilll’d, Ben & Jerry’s now offers 17 non-dairy variants – more than 25% of its flavour line-up.
Pints of the new sunflower butter flavours are available with a suggested retail price of between $4.48 and $5.99.
Earlier this week, Ben & Jerry’s expanded its range of snackable Cookie Dough Chunks in the US with two new flavours: chocolate chocolate chip cookie dough and half baked chunks.
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