Morrisons launches a tasty new selection of vegan ice-creams

Read Time:   |  6th March 2020

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Morrisons supermarket has launched a tempting new selection of vegan ice-creams in its V Taste range for shoppers looking for delicious dairy-free desserts.

UK supermarket Morrisons has been on a mission to up its vegan offerings in stores since the launch of its V Taste range in 2018.

Following the release of a range of vegan ready-meals, the supermarket has since added a vegan ‘pork’ pie, vegan Cornish pasties and even a footlong vegan sausage roll to stores, as well as offering more vegan meal options in its in-store cafés.

Now Morrisons is turning its attention to dairy-free desserts as it adds a selection of decadent desserts to its vegan range to give Ben & Jerry’s a run for its money!

Earlier this year, the retailer released a selection of affordable vegan pints made from soy milk in vanilla, strawberry and chocolate flavours for just 80p each.

Available in the freezers now, the supermarket has added two tempting pints of coconut milk-based ice-creams to its range for those looking for more decadent options.

Flavours include Salted Caramel Swirl (£2.85) with a swirl of caramel sauce and salted caramel pieces and Chocolate Brownie (£2.85) with a swirl of chocolate sauce and chocolate brownie pieces.

There are also three varieties of soy-based vegan magnums to choose from with Dark Chocolate Ice Cream Sticks (£2 for 4) and Mini Ice Cream Sticks (£2 for 6) that are perfect for children. There’s even a variety with a chocolate and almond-coated shell for extra crunch.

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