Danone-backed plant-based food company, Forager Project, is introducing a new line of organic dairy-free ice creams made with cashew milk.
Launching in the US, the range comes in five flavours: vanilla bean, bittersweet chocolate, cookies & cream, salted caramel and mint chip.
According to Forager Project, the new vegan line is free from lactose, soy and gluten.
“Our expansion into dairy-free ice cream is another step toward achieving our goal to make delicious, organic, plant-based food that leaves people amazed,” said Forager Project co-founder and CEO, Stephen Williamson.
“With our hero ingredient, organic cashews, we’ve created our ice creams to give consumers a delicious dairy-free treat that’s full of flavour and taste, and free of pesticides, chemicals and GMOs.”
Priced at $6.99, Forager Project’s new ice cream line will be available at retailers nationwide this spring, including Whole Foods Market, Natural Grocers, Market Basket and Earth Fare.
Forager Project recently unveiled a new range of dairy-free cheeses, made using its probiotic cashew milk yogurt.
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