British family-run ice cream company Jude’s has expanded its range of ice creams to include two brand new vegan flavours.
Ice cream company Jude’s has launched two tasty new vegan ice creams following the success of their vegan and lower-calorie ranges.
Launching in Sainsbury’s on October 28, the two new vegan ice creams consist of Vegan Lower Calorie Cookie Dough Brownie (£4.50) and Vegan Salted Caramel Minis (£3.95).
The new lower-calorie cookie dough brownie ice cream is made using creamy coconut milk and laced with cookie dough and brownie pieces.
Although the ice cream might be lower in calories, this indulgent scoop certainly doesn’t skimp on flavour according to the company with generous pieces of vegan brownie studded throughout.
Putting a vegan spin on the classic Magnum ice creams, Jude’s is also launching lower-calorie Vegan Salted Caramel Minis with crunchy salted caramel pieces and Belgian chocolate that come in at just 115 calories each.
In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, a spokesperson for the company said: “Following the fantastic launch of our classic minis in 2019 and our ever growing vegan range, we are thrilled to be launching new vegan minis in our signature flavour salted caramel.
“These vegan minis are carefully crafted with a creamy oat ice cream base (one of the lowest environmental impacts of milk alternatives) and generously covered with Belgian cracking chocolate and salted caramel crunchy pieces. At under 115 calories per mini these are the perfect after dinner treat!”
Find the latest vegan product launches here.