Bruster’s Real Ice Cream re-launched their non-dairy vegan frozen dessert line, now made with oat milk. With 14 new frozen dessert flavor recipes including coffee chocolate chip, chocolate raspberry truffle, and mint chocolate chip, rotating at every Bruster’s Real Ice Cream location, visitors are bound to find a new favorite. These flavors will be offered in addition to their traditional hand-crafted ice cream flavors made with Bruster’s proprietary mix from its own dairy expanding the menu to provide more options.
Oat milk is a great dairy alternative for those who follow a vegan lifestyle as well as those with special dietary sensitivities or preferences. Bruster’s believes that using oat milk delivers a superior, creamier product, rivaling any other product. Bruster’s Real Ice Cream is known for its full-blown flavor and freshness, and the new oat milk offerings are no exception. To confirm the non-dairy flavors offered nearby, customers should check with their neighborhood Bruster’s location.
“Our customers’ loyalty and experience are what drives us,” says Bruster’s CEO Jim Sahene. “We were excited to initially launch our fist non-dairy dessert with coconut milk; but today, our new oat milk option offers a superior taste and recipe. We know that many of our customers either follow a strict vegan lifestyle or deal with different dietary restrictions, and it is important for us to be able to offer them something wonderful with the variety of flavors and premium ingredients in which Bruster’s is known.”
Bruster’s was recently recognized on Newsweek’s 2022 list of America’s Top Loyalty Programs for a second year in a row, showing their outstanding commitment to their customers once again.
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