Oatly launches plant-based chocolate mint ice cream – and it looks delicious


Plant-based brand adds new mint chocolate flavor to its impressive line of vegan ice cream

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Calling all fans of vegan ice cream, the world’s largest oat drink company, Oatly, is launching a brand new flavor of oatmeal chocolate and mint ice cream – and we can’t wait to see it. immerse our spoons in it.

The brand’s new vegan mint and chocolate ice cream joins its existing line of chocolate, strawberry and salted caramel ice cream.

Made with the best natural ingredients, ice cream is described as “fresh” and “green leaf”, with dark chocolate chunks and no synthetic ingredients.







The new flavor will be available soon at Tesco, Ocado and Sainsbury’s



The oatmeal and chocolate mint dessert launches at Sainsbury’s and Ocado this month, followed by Tesco in November.

The ice cream is priced at £ 4.50 and will pair perfectly with your Christmas pudding this holiday season – or you can just eat it right in the tub like we did.







Vegan ice cream will cost £ 4.50 a jar



Speaking about the latest flavor addition, Oatly UK Managing Director Ishen Paran explained: “The introduction of our new Mint Chocolate Ice Cream is another example of what we are empowering people to do more. easily jump to herbal products.

“We’ve put an Oatly twist on a flavor everyone’s asking for – and we think ice cream lovers will love it.”

Since its launch, Oatly has significantly expanded its products, bringing flavored yogurts, chocolate milk, whipped cream and of course ice cream to our supermarket shelves.

Oatly products are available from a wide variety of retailers and supermarkets including Tesco, Ocado, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and more.

It seems it’s not just Oatly expanding their line of vegan ice cream. Ben & Jerry’s is also launching a brand new non-dairy flavor just in time for World Vegan Month in November.

Presentation … Salted Caramel Brownie, filled with Ben & Jerry’s famous chewy gooey fudge brownie chunks nestled in dairy-free caramel ice cream, and swirled with a river of succulent salted caramel.

Available nationwide this fall from £ 5.49, the latest addition to Ben & Jerry’s non-dairy family is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.

Do you fancy trying Oatly’s mint chocolate vegan flavor? Or did you manage to try one of their other vegan varieties? Let us know what you thought in the comments section below.

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