Vegan cookie dough flavour added to Ben & Jerry’s range
Cookies on Cookie Dough is the latest addition to Ben & Jerry’s non-dairy ice cream varieties
Following the launch of its non-dairy range in 2017, Unilever has launched new vegan cookie dough variety under its Ben & Jerry’s brand.
Made with almond milk, Ben & Jerry’s Cookies on Cookie Dough features caramel non-dairy ice cream, vegan cookie dough pieces, chocolate pieces and a cookie swirl. It comes with an RRP of £6.
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Christina Dunn, Ben & Jerry’s country business lead, said: “Our classic Cookie Dough tub was concocted for people who know the joy of sneaking a bite or two of cookie dough before it makes it into the oven, which got us thinking, why should our vegan fans have to miss out? We’ve been working hard to create a vegan cookie dough that really stands up to the original and I think we’ve nailed it.”
Ben & Jerry’s Non-Dairy range is now a family of four, joining existing non-dairy flavours Peanut Butter & Cookies, Chocolate Fudge Brownie and Coconutterly Caramel’d.
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