Ben & Jerry's Launches New Vegan Flavor In The UK

The brand brought its dairy-free line to the UK in 2017, with a line-up of three flavors. Now it has expanded the range
Ben & Jerry's Coconutterly Caramel'd
Ben & Jerry's Coconutterly Caramel'd

Ice-cream giant Ben & Jerry's will launch a new vegan flavor in the UK in January.

The company originally released its dairy-free line-up in the UK in 2017, with three options - Chunky Monkey, Chocolate Fudge Brownie, and Peanut Butter & Cookies - on offer.

Now it has gone a step further, adding Coconutterly Caramel'd - coconut and caramel Fairtrade ice-cream swirled with caramel and cookies. Unlike the other flavors - which are made from almond milk - this is made from coconut.

Vegan flavor

"We've been churning on this for years, trying to recreate the luscious flavours and satisfying creaminess that set Ben & Jerry's dairy collection apart and we think we’ve cracked it with a taste like no udder,"
Ben & Jerry's Flavour Guru, Josine Nohlmans, told Vegan Food & Living.

"We think this tastes so good that our Non-Dairy fans won't miss what's missing.

"This flavor delivers it all - from caramel swirls to chocolatey chunks and…well…we're coconutterly in love with this one."

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