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America’s Largest Ice Cream Manufacturer Testing Vegan Flavors

Ben & Jerry’s isn’t the only company getting into the non-dairy ice cream business.

With Ben & Jerry’s set to unveil a non-dairy ice cream in 2016, Blue Bunny—an 80-year-old company that produces more ice cream than anyone else in the United States—is testing four almond-based flavors in Kroger stores across Texas, Colorado, and Nebraska. These dairy-free products mark the company’s first foray into the vegan ice cream business, saying that “almond milk has become a big trend.” With flavors like vanilla, chocolate, mint chocolate chip, and mocha fudge, the company has not yet released plans for future flavors or expansion.

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Ben & Jerry's Hosts Vegan Ice Cream Parties Across US

The iconic ice cream brand is scooping its dairy-free flavors in Washington DC, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and beyond.
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Groundbreaking Vegan Film Dominion Announces US Debut

The film—regarded as Australia's version of influential vegan documentary Earthlings—will be screened at the upcoming Animal Rights National Conference in Los Angeles this summer.
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Avengers Star Benedict Cumberbatch Goes Vegan

The British actor discussed his commitment to veganism in interviews promoting the new Avengers: Infinity War film.
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Dubai Dairy Brand Launches Vegan Milk Line

Koita Foods, which distributes its dairy products to the Ritz Carlton hotel, will now offer a dairy-free line made with almonds, oats, soy, and rice.
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Vegan Fish Steaks Launch at 150 British Pubs

Fish Steaks made by VBites—a vegan brand founded by vegan athlete Heather Mills in 1993—are now on the menu as vegan Fish and Chips at Greene King Flaming Grill.
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This Week on VegNews TV: The secret to these delightful sweet treats is white beans! Aylin Erman shows you how to make these simple blondies.

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