Cold Rock Ice Creamery, an Australia-based ice cream shop, has unveiled its 100 per cent plant-based ice creams with two new flavours – Dark Chocolate and Cinnamon Donut.
Customers can enjoy plant-based ice creams in stores starting from World Vegan Day, October 16.
This launch offers a plant-based option to meet the growing demand of customers. The two new flavours are said to be creamy even ice cream addicts would never know the difference.
The additional flavours complement the variety of mix-ins available at Cold Rock and are added to their existing lineup of ice creams.
In addition, Cold Rock has introduced its first 100 per cent plant-based ice cream cake, the Do or Do-Nut. It is made up of the brand’s signature style with two layers and extra mix-ins.
“Our innovations team have worked tirelessly to create these two plant-based products, which are every bit as delicious and indulgent as our dairy based Cold Rock Ice Cream,” said Stan Gordon, MD of Cold Rock Ice Creamery.
“Now, even more people can celebrate with Cold Rock with the introduction of our vegan, dairy-free range.”
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