Ben & Jerry’s Releases Vegan Version of Their Iconic Phish Food Ice Cream
Ben & Jerry’s just dropped a non-dairy rendition of their popular Phish Food ice cream flavor. DAY = MADE!
The original Ben & Jerry’s Phish Food ice cream flavor was created back in 1997 in collaboration with Phish, a Vermont-based rock band. It features a decadent chocolate ice cream base with gooey marshmallows, caramel swirls, and fudge fish mixed in. These pints have been a top seller for years. If you’ve ever enjoyed a spoonful of it pre-veganism, you know why! Well, get ready to reminisce on the drool-worthy dessert––vegan style!
The new non-dairy Phish Food ice cream offers the same great taste, but this time, it’s made without any animal products or gluten! Aside from tasting great, this scoopable sweet serves a good cause. How? At the time of the original launch of Phish Food, the Phish band members wanted to donate the royalties from their co-branded frozen dessert towards environmental causes. They created The WaterWheel Foundation, an organization dedicated to working with nonprofits that serve a wide variety of needs including social services, urban gardening, and environmental organizations with a focus on clean water and land conservation with public access. The royalties from the non-dairy version will also benefit The WaterWheel Foundation.
This new flavor will be hitting grocery store shelves soon. In the meantime, it can be found at Ben & Jerry’s scoop shops or ordered online through delivery partners like Uber Eats, DoorDash, Grubhub, and Postmates.
Allie is a writer, musical theatre performer, yoga instructor, and walking vegan restaurant directory. On any given day, you can catch her making tofu scramble, scouring Trader Joe’s for new plant-based products, or watching The Lizzie McGuire Movie! Visit her website at alexandrammitchell.com.
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