Vegan Brand Swedish Glace Expands Its Dairy-Free Ice Cream Range

The company recently announced the welcoming of two new flavors, available nationwide in the UK
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Available nationwide (Photo: Instagram)

Vegan brand Swedish Glace has expanded its dairy-free ice cream range, welcoming two new flavors to the UK.

The company has released a new cinnamon ice cream with toffee sauce and hazelnut pieces - as well as a coconut ice cream with blueberry swirl and coconut sprinkles.

On Instagram, Swedish Glace stated the latest editions, which retail at £3.50 per tub, are exclusively available at Waitrose stores nationwide.

'Passionate about wellbeing'

The company, who believes in 'essential kindness in a world less tolerant', states on its website: "Some people might call us dairy free, gluten free or lactose-free, but we prefer to think in terms of what we are not free from - kindness.

"We’re as passionate about wellbeing as we are about ice cream...That's why our products have always been vegan-friendly, and free from dairy, lactose, and gluten."

Vegan options

Last year, the company added three more flavors to its range, including caramel toffee cones, vanilla with strawberry swirl cones, and a tub of coconut ice cream with passionfruit swirl.

The brand also released strawberry flavored dairy-free ice cream sticks encased in a vegan chocolate coating.

Swedish Glace is stocked in Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, Ocado, Morrisons, and Waitrose.

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