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Ben & Jerry’s Unveils Flavours with Everything But the Cow

Ben & Jerry’s Unveils Two New Flavours with Everything… But the Cow

Introducing a non-dairy, certified vegan scoop line-up in New Zealand

MAY 31, 2018
Kiwis, it’s time to raise your spoons to celebrate the brand-new vegan and non-dairy flavour line up now available now available in New Zealand, exclusively to Ben & Jerry’s scoop shops.

The highly-anticipated range is 100% certified vegan ice-cream and is made with creamy almond milk and Fairtrade non-GMO ingredients.
The non-dairy lineup includes two brand new flavours ready for scooping, including:

P.B. & Cookies: Vanilla non-dairy frozen dessert with chocolate sandwich cookies & crunchy peanut butter swirls
Caramel Almond Brittle: Almond non-dairy frozen dessert with salted caramel swirls & pieces of almond brittle
Ben & Jerry’s Brand Manager ANZ, Imogen Rugg, says arrival of vegan and non-dairy options to their Auckland, Hamilton and Lower Hutt scoop shops means even more Kiwis get to join in on the Ben & Jerry’s obsession.

“Ice cream is such an iconic Kiwi treat and we’re so excited to be introducing our vegan and dairy-free alternatives to the community to allow even more Ben & Jerry’s fans to experience all the chunks and swirls that Ben & Jerry’s is famous for.”

To meet international demand, Ben & Jerry’s began selling dairy-free alternatives in America in 2016. Since then, the range has rolled out across the globe and has now landed in the land of the ‘long white cloud’.

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