To prepare real vegan ice cream, you need almond or coconut milk or natural frozen bananas, which are not always used by mass producers. Because of this, the vegans have to prepare a cold delicacy by themselves, which is not always convenient. But now the vegans will be able to enjoy the new ice cream from Ben & Jerry's, which will appear in supermarkets in the UK at the end of September. The push to expand the company's assortment and produce non-dairy dessert options was numerous requests from the company's customers.
Natural almond or coconut milk will be used for the production of vegan Ben & Jerry's ice-cream. Now in the line of Ben & Jerry's vegan ice-cream there are seven flavors, including cherry Cherry Garcia, coconut Coconut Seven Bar and caramel-almond Caramel Almond Brittle. But in Britain, for the time being, only three variants will be presented: Chunky Monkey (banana ice-cream with walnut and vegan chocolate), Chocolate Fudge Brownie (vegan version of the classic chocolate ice-cream brand with small brownies) and Peanut Butter & Cookies (vanilla ice-cream with vegan chocolate biscuits and peanut butter). The cost of one box of ice-cream is about £ 5.99.