Jude’s launches carbon-negative plant-based chocolate milkshake in a can

Author: Molly Pickering

Read Time:   |  4th October 2021

Ice cream brand Jude's has launched its first plant-based chocolate milkshake in a can following the company's target to be 50% plant-based by 2025

Vegan milkshake lovers! Jude’s ice cream has launched its first carbon-negative plant-based milkshake in a can.

Served in a recyclable can, Jude’s plant-based shake is crafted with a cocoa and coconut blend for a rich and smooth taste.

Moreover, the newest launch follows Jude’s encouraging commitment to make 50% of its product range plant-based.

Milkshake lovers can now get Jude’s Plant-Based Chocolate shake for just £1.50 at Sainsbury’s.

Jude’s vegan milkshake

Jude’s ice cream range already features some delicious vegan favourite’s.

Its oat-based vegan ice cream includes Vanilla Bean, Chocolate Brownie, and our favourite, Salted Caramel.

The brand’s first vegan shake is a welcomed addition to its ever-growing dairy-free range.

In a statement made to Vegan Food & Living, Jude’s Managing Director, Chow Mezger, shared: “In recent years we’ve been regularly asked for some delicious plant-based drinks, so we are delighted to extend our range with this new plant-based offering.

“It’s been crafted to be incredibly smooth, chocolatey and delicious and is aligned with our commitment that 50% of our range will be plant-based by 2025.”

Additionally, Mezger added that the company has been working hard to improve its carbon footprint and has now removed 10% of its CO2 emissions from its supply chain.

The dessert brand is now Britain’s first carbon-negative ice cream company, it keeps getting better!

Rise of vegan milkshakes

As the plant-based movement grows, the demand for dairy-alternative products has grown too.

Thankfully, more and more companies have been releasing delicious plant-based shakes, changing the shake game as we know it.

Vegan milkshake launches from Mars, Bounty and Galaxy have added great choices for supermarket shoppers in need of a sweet kick.

In addition, restaurant chains such as Leon, Ed’s Diner, and Byron have all added crazy shake flavours to their menus.

I think it’s safe to say, ditching dairy shakes for plant-based shakes has never been easier.

Craving something sweet? Dive into our ultimate vegan chocolate guide with delicious chocolatey recipes!

Written by

Molly Pickering

When she's not reporting the latest vegan news, Molly's other passions are tattoos, 80’s horror and good vegan food

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