Häagen-Dazs Adds Ice Cream Bars To Vegan Range

The new selection will also include pints in two new flavours
Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge Bar
The new vegn products include two non-dairy ice cream bars (Photo: Häagen-Dazs)

Popular ice cream brand Häagen-Dazs has expanded its dairy free range to include ice cream bars, and even more flavors of ice cream.

Expanded range

The brand - which originally debuted its vegan line in 2017 - now offers pints in Crunchy Peanut Butter and Coconut Cookies and Crème flavor, as well as Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge and Coconut Caramel Dark Chocolate bars.

Häagen-Dazs calls its collection of plant-based desserts 'non-dairy made extraordinary', explaining that the brand strives to go above and beyond to deliver a vegan products that are just as good as cow's milk ice cream by skipping 'milk substitutes' and including more whole ingredients.

The Coconut Cookies and Crème
The Coconut Cookies and Crème flavor is part of the brand's Trio Crispy Layers collection (Photo: Häagen-Dazs)

Non-dairy trend

Consumers can view their entire vegan-friendly range on the website, where the brand states that its 'indulgent non-dairy flavors aren't missing a thing'.

Häagen-Dazs is not alone in the decision to offer non-dairy options for ice cream lovers, and is joined by Sainsbury's, Ben & Jerry's, Cornetto, and low-calorie frozen dessert brand Halo Top in getting a piece of the plant-based market.

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