Hudsonville Ice Cream will launch a new range of dairy-free desserts following more than two years of recipe development and tasting.
Made with a combination of oat milk and coconut cream, seven vegan-friendly flavours have been created: birthday cake, caramel cookie dough, cherry fudge, chocolate, mint fudge cookie, peanut butter truffle and s’mores.
CJ Ellens of Hudsonville Ice Cream said: “We’ve always been committed to making the best flavours available through our time-tested recipe, so when we began experimenting with a dairy-free product, we knew the ultimate goal would be to create a new recipe that would be identical to the taste, texture and quality of our traditional dairy ice cream, without the dairy.
“Our team spent more than two years refining the dairy-free formula, which still uses high-quality ingredients and satisfies cravings for an indulgent dessert just like we always have.
“We are kicking off this summer with the dairy-free line-up hitting stores with our hometown partner, Meijer, and we know it will soon become another fan favourite in freezers everywhere.”
The dairy-free range will be available in freezer aisles at all of Meijer’s 240-plus supermarkets throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Wisconsin.
Michigan-headquartered Hudsonville Ice Cream makes more than 50 ice cream flavours, on sale in more than a dozen US states.
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