Ice cream giant Häagen-Dazs has announced it will make its vegan flavors available in more retailers nationwide.
The brand's non-dairy line launched six months ago exclusively in Target stores - and now all four vegan flavors will be rolling out to various grocers across the US in the coming weeks.
According to Häagen-Dazs: "To ensure the flavor and texture is as delicious and rich as the ice cream Häagen-Dazs is known for, the non-dairy collection focuses on each flavor’s core ingredient rather than simply substituting dairy with soy, almond or cashew milk.
"From decadent Belgian chocolate to creamy peanut butter to rich coconut cream, each flavor delivers an incredibly indulgent non-dairy experience with a more authentic taste and creamier texture."
The vegan flavors include Chocolate Salted Fudge Truffle, Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge, Mocha Chocolate Cookie, and Coconut Caramel.
The animal-free pints are available at a suggested retail price of $5.49.
Three flavors are also labeled as gluten-free (the Mocha Chocolate Cookie flavor contains wheat), with select varieties containing soy or coconut.
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