US ice cream company Halo Top Creamery will launch a low-calorie ice cream range which is also non-dairy and vegan-friendly.
Made with coconut milk, the line will be available in seven flavours: peanut butter cup, chocolate, oatmeal cookie, sea salt caramel, caramel macchiato, cinnamon roll, and chocolate-covered banana.
The new non-dairy and vegan flavors join Halo Top’s collection of 25 low-calorie ice cream pints, including its classics like chocolate chip cookie dough and birthday cake.
Los Angeles-based Halo Top Creamery was founded in 2012 by former lawyer Justin Woolverton. It claims its products are high in protein and low in sugar.
“The number one request that we get from our fans is to make a non-dairy and vegan-friendly version of Halo Top,” said Woolverton.
“Whether you have to or choose to restrict dairy – or only eat vegan – we always want to make sure we listen to our fans.
“It took a long time to get it right, but we’re absolutely thrilled with the outcome and can’t wait for our fans to try these flavours.”
The release is the latest non-dairy ice cream to hit the market, following Unilever’s new Ben & Jerry’s launch and the non-dairy Häagen-Dazs range.
The Halo Top Creamery vegan ice cream will be available in the US from mid-October.
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