A new vegan whipped cream has been launched in a bid to cater to growing plant-based demand.
The product - by Reddi-wip, a predominantly dairy-based brand - comes in two varities; coconut and almond.
The company announced last year that it would be releasing the cream, when Sean Connolly - CEO of parent company Conagra - revealed that non-dairy consumers had been asking for an alternative.
A number of whipped cream fans have taken to social media to show off their vegan-friendly finds.
Posting a picture of the almond-based cream, one user wrote: "Go buy this now! Its amazing. [It's from] Publix. They have coconut milk Reddi-wip too!"
Another shared an image of the can alongside vegan ice-cream, writing: "My plant based/vegan staple for when I have a sweet tooth."
One showed a picture of the can, and the cream squirted on fruit, simply writing: "Dessert is served."
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