Feb 7, 2020

Ben & Jerry's Expands Non-Dairy Options with New Sunflower Butter-Based "Ice Cream"

Ben & Jerry's adds variety to their non-dairy "ice cream" options with a number of new, sunflower butter-based Non-Dairy Frozen Desserts.

Sunflower butter is a paste made from sunflower seeds and adds a nut-free non-dairy option to the Ben & Jerry's line up. The rest of their non-dairy line is made with almond milk as a base.

At launch, Ben & Jerry's sunflower butter-based non-dairy line features three pint flavors:

- "Milk" & Cookies - Vanilla non-dairy frozen dessert with chocolate chip cookies, chocolate sandwich cookies, and chocolate cookie swirls.

- Creme Brulee Cookie - Burnt caramel non-dairy frozen dessert with brown sugar cookies and salted caramel swirls.

- Mint Chocolate Cookie - Mint non-dairy frozen dessert with chocolate sandwich cookies.

Additionally, Ben & Jerry's Scoop Shops get their own exclusive sunflower butter-based flavor: Cold Brew Coffee Fudge Chip. It consists of cold brew coffee non-dairy frozen dessert with fudge flakes and a fudge swirl.

Finally, they've added two new, almond-based Non-Dairy Mini Cups in two varieties: P.B. & Cookies (vanilla non-dairy frozen dessert with chocolate cookies & peanut butter) and Caramel Chocolate Chunk (caramel non-dairy frozen dessert with fudge chips & a salted caramel swirl). Caramel Chocolate Chunk is a new flavor only available in Mini Cups.

Ben & Jerry's sunflower butter flavors are currently rolling out nationwide and in Scoop Shops. The suggested price for pints ranges from $4.48 to $5.99. Almond-based Non-Dairy Mini Cups are coming this spring.

Photo via Ben & Jerry's.

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