Ben and Jerry's is one of America's favorite comfort food brands, serving delicious ice cream by the pint for 37 years. Their interesting flavor combinations make each pint a favorite for any person, despite their taste buds. They even sell frozen yogurt and sorbet as a healthy alternative.
Yet nothing is about to compare to what the company is about to launch in 2016: vegan-friendly ice cream for people that have had to suffer the world without tasting Ben and Jerry's. After a petition made that gathered up 27,000 votes, the brand decided to change their recipe to please America in hopefully a delicious way.
It will be approved by a non-profit organization called Vegan Action that tries to reduce animal suffering and minimize environmental impact. Although the company is excited to start producing their new dairy free ice cream, their employees are still trying to mix up the right tasting batches.
Ben and Jerry's announced what the base will be made out of, and they chose to use almond milk as the unique alternative base.
"Besides being a favorite choice among vegans and other dairy-alternative-seekers, almond milk proved to be the best choice as an ice cream base, beating out soy milk, cashew milk and other contenders for our Flavor Gurus’ favor," the company wrote in a statement.
The famous flavors like Cherry Garcia, Half Baked, Chunky Monkey, Strawberry Cheesecake, Chocolate Fudge Brownie and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough are desired by fans to turn vegan. The Flavor Gurus at the company's main factory in Vermont are working hard to turn these favorites into a vegan dream.
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