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Dairy Queen Debuts Its First Vegan Ice Cream Option

by | April 21, 2020

International ice cream and fast-food giant Dairy Queen has debuted its first vegan product — a dairy-free ice cream bar.

Dubbed the Non-Dairy Dilly Bar, this plant-based take on the brand’s classic chocolate-dipped frozen treat is made using coconut cream in place of cow’s milk.

While the chain has not added the bar to its website yet, or made a large-scale announcement, a Facebook post from one location notes that it is available at “select locations.”

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The dairy-free ice cream industry is booming, with a number of major brands already in the game (Oksana Mizina/Shuttertsock.com)

The Scoop On Vegan Ice Cream — Big Brands Hop On Board

Dairy Queen follows a number of other major frozen dessert brands in capitalizing off of growing demand for vegan and dairy-free ice cream.

Ben & Jerry’s, Häagen Dazs, and Magnum all currently offer a selection of plant-based options, with Ben & Jerry’s even serving up dairy-free flavors out of its scoop shops.

Major brands which are entirely plant-based include So Delicious, Coconut Bliss and Nada Moo, just to name a few.

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