Solero launches vegan soft-centred lollies in time for summer

Read Time:   |  26th February 2019

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Get fruity this summer with Solero’s refreshing new vegan ice-creams. 

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It’s no secret that the market for vegan ice-creams is booming. Large companies such as Ben & Jerry’sCornetto and Häagen-Dazs who typically make dairy ice-cream have managed to grab a scoop of the action with the release of dairy-free ranges of ice-cream.

No strangers to dairy-free frozen desserts, Walls have just released two fruity new ice-creams to sit alongside their popular Swedish Glace ice-cream in their product range.

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Giving those searching for dairy-free ice-cream a taste of summer, Walls have released two organic soft-centred ice lollies under the Solero brand which will retail at £3.50 for 5.

The frozen treats are available in refreshing Peach Organic and Lemon Organic flavour and contain real fruit juice and puree and are a great treat to beat the heat as they come in at just 60 calories each.

According to the company: “The Solero Organic Peach ice lolly is also certified vegan, so that you can enjoy it, if you follow a vegetarian or vegan diet. At Solero, we know that there is something irresistible about fruity treats, so we make sure that every single Solero Organic ice lolly that you eat is made using fruits from organic agriculture.”

Solero Peach Organic and Lemon Organic flavours are available to purchase from Waitrose and Ocado. 

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