Ice cream brand Halo Top is launching of seven new vegan-friendly flavors - which will be available in retailers nationwide in early February.
The company is famous for its lower calorie and sugar ice-cream products.
The new additions include two completely original flavors, Toasted Coconut and Vanilla Maple, alongside current options Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.
The new options - which are made with coconut milk - are a response to increasing vegan demand.
Justin Woolverton, Halo Top CEO and Founder, said: "When we launched our original line of non-dairy flavors, we knew we wanted to expand to include even more indulgent options.
"We know our fans look to us for variety and creativity in our flavors, and we want to make sure we always address those requests for our dairy-averse and vegan fans as well."
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