Ice-cream brand Ben & Jerry's has added two new vegan flavors to its non-dairy line.
The two new flavors take the range up to a total of nine - four of which are currently available in the UK.
The dairy-free ice-cream options are made with an almond milk base and certified vegan.
The new flavors include Peanut Butter Half Baked, which features chocolate and peanut butter ice-cream with fudge brownies and gobs of peanut butter cookie dough.
Cinnamon Buns is the other new launch, with a cinnamon base with cinnamon bun dough and a cinnamon streusel swirl.
Ben & Jerry's 'Flavor Guru' Craig Koskiniemi - who helped create the lineup - said: "We wanted to bring the WOW factor to our fans for 2018.
"As a foodie at home AND at work, I'm inspired to come up with creative new combinations.
"These are guaranteed to keep the love of ice-cream strong."
The flavors are available in the USA as of mid-January. There is no word yet as to when they will become available in the UK.
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