Marks & Spencer release vegan chocolate caramel ice-creams and vanilla cones

Read Time:   |  12th July 2018

Marks & Spencer have released vegan chocolate covered caramel ice-cream sticks and chocolate vanilla cones to help us beat the summer heat. 

Marks & Spencer have released vegan chocolate covered caramel ice-cream sticks and chocolate vanilla cones to help us beat the summer heat. 

With the UK experiencing an unusually long spell of glorious sunshine and scorching heat, we’ve been making our way through all of the vegan ice-creams available to us these days in a bid to keep our cool. Now there’s a couple of new kids on the block for us to enjoy as Marks & Spencer have released brand new chocolate covered caramel ice-cream sticks.

The ice-creams have been released as part of the company’s ‘Made Without Dairy’ range, and the labelling clearly states that the products are suitable for vegans. There’s good news for those who avoid gluten in their diet too as the sweet treats are made without wheat as well as dairy.

The retailer has been ramping up its vegan offerings in recent months as they launched a new vegan and vegetarian range for World Vegan Month in 2017.

The new vegan and vegetarian range featured 13 products including sweetcorn and chickpea burgers, beetroot falafel and a sweet potato steak to meet the growing demand from customers for plant-based products.

Even more excitingly, for the first time ever the company released two plant-based soy proteins – Veggie Chunks – which are designed to replace chicken and Veggie Mince – a tasty alternative to beef mince.

Don’t forget to check out the best vegan ice-creams available in UK freezers this summer. 

 

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