US frozen pops producer, Chloe’s, is adding three new products to its range of oat milk varieties and introducing its first no-added-sugar pop.
The brand’s new brownie batter, chocolate peanut butter and cookies & cream Oatmilk Pops are plant-based as well as kosher, and are free from gluten.
“Oat milk’s popularity continues to surge and with such enthusiastic feedback from our customers, doubling down on our oat milk offerings with delicious, rich new varieties was the obvious choice,” said Chloe Epstein, co-founder and president of Chloe’s.
“The better-for-you, plant-based ingredient profiles of our new Oatmilk Pops prove that it’s possible to make a decadent frozen treat while still being mindful of ingredients and being environmentally responsible – qualities that are meaningful to us and our customers.”
The three new offerings join salted caramel, mint chip and raspberry chip variants as part of the brand’s oat milk-based range.
At only 40 calories, the new Chloe’s No Sugar Added Strawberry Pop is also plant-based, gluten free and kosher, and uses allulose and monk fruit as natural sweeteners.
Commenting on the launch of the pop, Epstein said: “With so many looking to limit sugar intake, we wanted to specifically respond to the need for a delicious, no-sugar-added option without the artificial substitutes.”
The No Sugar Added Strawberry Pop will be available from this month at Big Y, Fresh Direct, Gelson’s, King Kullen and Market Basket, along with other retailers.
The new brownie batter, chocolate peanut butter and cookies & cream Oatmilk Pop varieties will begin rolling out to retailers this month, including Big Y, Fresh Direct, Jewel Osco and Save Mart.
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