COK Spreads Kindness for Cows at Häagen-Dazs’ Free Cone Day

This week, Compassion Over Killing’s costumed cow churned out vegan ice cream samples at Häagen-Dazs’ Free Cone Day in Washington, DC to spread kindness for the cows suffering behind the Nestlé brand’s ice cream.  Compassion Over Killing’s recent investigation exposed massive suffering behind Nestlé’s ice cream brands: Häagen-Dazs, Edy’s, and Dreyer’s. Hot irons are burned into calves’ flesh to destroy …

New Vegan Ice Creams You Need to Know About

Vegan ice cream may be in the frozen aisle, but it’s the hottest thing in stores! As consumers scoop them up, vegan options have even boosted melting ice cream sales. Just like with other plant-based foods, millennials are driving the demand for these dairy-free desserts, and market research firm Technavio writes, in order to meet this demand companies are “coming up …

Moo-ve Over Dairy: Vegan Ice Cream Craze Continues!

As non-dairy milks fill store shelves and consumer carts, dairy free ice cream is following close by and more popular than ever. The vegan ice cream craze seems to be multiplying as there are more and more incredibly tasty vegan varieties available nationwide.  Some may ask, ‘Why vegan ice cream?’ to which many major vegan ice cream producers like Ben …

AP: Creamy & Flavorful Dairy-Free Ice Cream “Not Just for Vegans”

Moo-ve over milk: dairy-free ice cream is so popular, it’s boosting sales in an otherwise melting market, and major frozen treat brands like Ben & Jerry’s and Breyers are supplying exciting flavors to meet the booming plant-based demand. And everyone’s screaming for the new vegan ice cream from Haagen-Dazs, which just launched FOUR new flavors! With summer in full swing, the demand is likely …

Mintel: Dairy Milk Sales Are Dropping and Will Keep Dropping

Dairy milk is on the decline. So much so that the dairy industry has dumped millions of gallons of overproduced, unwanted milk. And a recent report from Mintel, a market research firm, says that “sales of dairy milk decreased 7% in 2015 and are projected to drop another 11% through 2020.” This marketplace shift is largely attributed to consumers scooping up non-dairy …