• Ben & Jerry’s Launches First Non-Dairy Ice Cream Made of Sunflower Butter

    Ben & Jerry’s announces the debut of its new sunflower butter-based non-dairy frozen desserts. This new base mix is an alternative to the current almond-based lineup and is available in grocery stores and Scoop Shops across the US. 

    Mint Chocolate Cookie Ben & Jerry's vegan ice cream sunflower seed
    ©Ben & Jerry’s

    The brand is the first to offer sunflower butter pints to the general public. The new flavors include “Milk” & Cookies, Crème Brûlée Cookie, and Mint Chocolate Cookie. The packaging will include a bright yellow lid and summer flowers. 

    Ben & Jerry’s has also added the Cold Brew Coffee Fudge Chip flavor available exclusively at its local Scoop Shops. And for customers on the go, the brand is launching two new almond-based Non-Dairy Mini Cups this spring. The Cups will feature a single scoop in portion-controlled packaging and will include the P.B. & Cookies and Caramel Chocolate Chunk flavors. 

    Including the recently launched non-dairy version of Netflix &  Chilll’d,™the company now offers 17 non-dairy flavors, which is over 25% of the company’s lineup.

    “Plant-based eating is one of the biggest trends in the world and ice cream lovers everywhere have shouted for non-dairy/vegan options that rise to the levels of Ben & Jerry’s euphoric awesomeness,” said CEO Matthew McCarthy. “I am over-the-moon excited that our Flavor Gurus have churned out something funky and chunky that is nothing short of spectacular.”

    3 flavors sunflower seed vegan ice cream Ben & Jerry's
    ©Prnewswire/Ben & Jerry’s
  • Latest News

  • The vegconomist-newsletter:
    information for decision-makers

    Subscribe for the vegconomist-newsletter and regularly
    receive the most important news from the vegan business world.

    Click here to add vegconomist to your email contacts and ensure our messages reach your inbox!

    Help: I'm not receiving emails from vegconomist

    Invalid email address
  • Interviews

    More Interviews