Northern Bloc adds new vegan salted caramel flavour to its ice-cream range

Read Time:   |  7th November 2019

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Northern Bloc has expanded its vegan range with the addition of a tempting new flavour – Salted Caramel & Almond Swirl.

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Northern Bloc launched its first range of all-natural vegan ice-creams in stores in 2018 with a variety of unique and delicious flavours such as hazelnut and rose and strawberry and yuzu.

Now it’s expanded its deliciously dairy-free range once again with the addition of a tempting new flavour – Salted Caramel & Almond Swirl.

Launching in Co-op stores nationwide from 11th November, the tub will retail at £5.00.

Announcing the new flavour, the company wrote: “This new flavour is a truly indulgent, ice cream with caramelised almond pieces and a caramel swirl. Creamy? YES. Crunchy? YES? Awesome? YES? Vegan? UNBELIEVABLY YES!”

Josh Lee, Founder of Northern Bloc told Vegan Food & Living: “At Northern Bloc we are leading the way in vegan innovation. Ice cream is both an art and a science.  We are really proud of the way we do things at NB°C.

“Our 4th generation ice cream world champion and scientist chef, is able to truly achieve an all-natural, creamy taste and texture. You really can’t tell it’s made from plants! What’s not to love? An ice cream for all – not just vegans”

There’s even more exciting news from Northern Bloc a spokesperson for the company revealed to Vegan Food & Living that it will be relaunching its vegan retail lines in 100% plant-based compostable packaging pots made from paper than can be fully recycled.

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