Oatly launches vegan vanilla ice cream in the UK

Read Time:   |  15th April 2020

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Oatly has announced the launch of a new vegan ice cream flavour in its UK range, just in time for summer!


Popular Swedish oat milk brand Oatly, the makers behind the incredibly popular Barista-style oat drink, have just announced the launch of a new flavour of ice cream in the UK – simply delicious vanilla.

Joining the existing line, which includes Chocolate Fudge, Hazelnut Swirl, Salted Caramel and the newly-released Strawberry flavour, the new Oatly Vanilla ice cream can now be found online at Ocado with an RRP of £4.20.

Ocado shoppers will be pleased to hear that the Chocolate Fudge, Hazelnut Swirl and Salted Caramel are also now available to purchase online at Ocado too!

Announcing the news in a press release, the company wrote: “Joining our current indulgent range (Chocolate Fudge, Hazelnut Swirl and Salted Caramel – honestly, you couldn’t have missed it), is our new un-boringly simple Vanilla and definitely berry-spectacular Strawberry ice creams. And yes, of course they’re made from oats.”


Nationwide availability 

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Ishen Paran, General Manager at Oatly UK commented, “These two new additions to our expanding range of ice cream will be sure to excite Oatly fans up and down the UK – we can’t wait to see how they react. We’re grateful to both Tesco and Ocado for providing us with wider nationwide availability. 

We’re committed to providing the easiest ways for people make the switch from dairy to oat, whilst protecting the planet in the process. What better way to do this than a delicious tub of oat- based ice cream?”

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