Yorica! Allergen-Free Vegan Ice-Cream Launches In UK

The company is famous for its Soho vegan ice-cream parlor
Yorica vegan ice-cream in Soho
Yorica! has a vegan ice-cream parlor in Soho (Photo: Instagram)

Vegan ice-cream Yorica! will launch in online supermarket Ocado at the end of this month.

The brand, which is known for its London parlor, is free from 14 common allergens including gluten, soy, dairy, egg, nut and peanut among others.*

The first flavors to launch in Ocado are Double Chocolate Cookie and Salted Caramel.

Yorica! vegan ice-cream
The two flavors will launch in Ocado this month (Photo: Supplied)

Vegan and free-from

"We are so excited to see Yorica! launching into a national retailer," said Simon Foster, Group Managing Director at Yorica!. "Our store on Wardour Street has made a name for itself amongst the free-from community and we're now looking forward to it being everywhere in the country.

"We are passionate about helping everyone enjoy ice-cream, without worrying about allergies, intolerances or dietary requirements and without any compromise in taste and texture.

"We pride ourselves on the fact that all our ice-cream is not only 14 allergen-free, but tastes delicious too!"

* Yorica! is free from 14 allergens including:

Dairy, Wheat/Gluten, Peanut, Tree nut, Egg, Crustacean, Mollusc, Fish, Sesame, Soy. Celery, Mustard, SO2, Lupin

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