Magnum to launch vegan Sea Salt Caramel flavour for Veganuary

Read Time:   |  10th December 2020

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Magnum is launching the third flavour in its range of dairy-free ice creams with vegan Sea Salt Caramel.


Magnum has done it again. The luxury ice-cream brand is launching the third flavour in its vegan range: Sea Salt Caramel.

The new flavour features a sea salted caramel base dipped in a vegan chocolate coating, promising the signature ‘cracking’ experience that fans are familiar with.

Magnum uses pea protein as an alternative to dairy, a rogue choice for the brand as most competitors use soy or coconut.

The company first launched the salted caramel flavour in the US earlier this year, and ice creams fans in the UK urged the company to release them over here.

Luckily for UK fans, there’s not long to wait until you can get your hands on the frozen treat as it will be arriving in freezers nationwide in January, just in time for Veganuary.


100% Pleasure

Magnum Vegan uses the highest quality ingredients to make its dairy-free ice creams a deliciously indulgent experience.

The company uses carefully selected Rainforest Alliance cocoa beans from certified farms to satisfy even the most discerning of chocolate lovers

Magnum first announced the launch of a vegan version of its popular frozen treat into the European market in 2018. Other vegan flavours available in Magnum’s UK range include classic dark chocolate and almond.

The New Magnum Vegan Sea Salt Caramel ice cream is available in stores nationally from January 2021 priced at £3.69 

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