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

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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’.

For more information about Ben & Jerry’s new flavours or to find a store near you, visit: http://benandjerry.co.nz/ or follow us on Facebook facebook.com/benandjerrysnz.

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