What Vegan Ben & Jerry's Flavor Do You Want To See? Ice Cream Brand Asks The Public

The ice cream company need YOU to help out with suggestions

Ice cream company Ben & Jerry's has asked consumers to suggest new flavors for its vegan range.

The dairy-free treats, which are currently only available in the States, come in seven flavors.

These are: Chocolate Fudge Brownie, Chunky Monkey, Coffee Caramel Fudge, PB & Cookies, Caramel Almond Brittle, Cherry Garcia, and Coconut Seven Layer Bar.

Voting

But the company wants to add more dairy-free options, so has launched an online voting form, allowing fans to make their suggestions.

According to Ben & Jerry's: "We know you love our exciting Non-Dairy flavors... But, what’s next? What flavor adventure should be the newest to grace the shelves of the Non-Dairy section?

"This is where you come in. 

"We want to know what Non-Dairy flavors would tickle your taste buds and send you swirling into a frenzy of vegan deliciousness. Put your creativity hat on, and let us know in the form below!"

If you fancy having your say on what flavors you want to see on shelves, follow this link.

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