Ben & Jerry’s just sneakily launched two new vegan flavours made with almond milk

An employee of Ben & Jerry's scoops ice cream into a cone outside Union Station in Washington on June 18, 2013.     AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB        (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Delicious ice cream made with almond milk? With chunks of brownie, swirls of caramel, and biscuits? We’re so on board. But if there’s one thing more exciting than a vegan ice cream announcement, it’s the sneaky arrival of two new vegan ice cream flavours, without a word of warning or build-up. Ben & Jerry’s haven’t officially announced their new vegan flavours in any way. But recently, two snazzy flavours have been popping up in stores: non-dairy Cherry Garcia, and non-dairy Coconut Seven Layer Bar (that’s a coconut base with fudge chunks, walnuts, and swirls of graham crackers and caramel.

 

Phillyveganmonster confirmed that both flavours have the certified vegan logo, and are on sale in Philadelphia.

Now, while this is all very exciting, we do have some bad news.

The two new flavours do not appear to have officially been launched. They’ve only been spotted in a few stores, so they’re quite tricky to get hold of.

They also only appear to be available in the U.S., for now.

But hey. It’s still brilliant news, as we now know that Ben & Jerry’s is dedicated to expanding its vegan range.

Here’s hoping that the two new flavours will fly off the shelves, prove to Ben & Jerry’s that the demand for almond milk ice cream is huge, and make them bring more vegan ice cream options to the UK, sharpish.

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