After more than two years of tasting and refining its formula, Western Michigan based, family-owned creamery, Hudsonville Ice Cream, has unveiled its new vegan collection.
Made from a combination of oat milk and coconut cream, Hudsonville Ice Cream’s non-dairy flavors include Birthday Cake, Caramel Cookie Dough, Cherry Fudge, Chocolate, Mint Fudge Cookie, Peanut Butter Truffle, and S’mores. The entire vegan line-up is currently available in pint-sized containers at Meijer’s 240 grocery stores and Supercenters throughout the Midwest. Meijer locations include Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky. Two flavors – Birthday Cake and Chocolate – are also available in select scoop shops.
Hudsonville Ice Cream shares on its blog, The Sweet Spot, its commitment to making the best flavors available, while offering the identical taste, texture, and quality of its traditional ice cream to its vegan community.
As we published in this special report on the phenomenal growth in the vegan ice-cream market, the market will reach $2.45 billion by 2027 with the global consumption of plant-based ice creams reaching 500 thousand tons.