Dairy-Free Brand Oatly’s Vegan Oat Milk Ice Cream Launches in the UK

January 11, 2019

Swedish-based vegan oat milk brand, Oatly, has announced its latest plant-based endeavour on Instagram. The brand revealed it is launching five new ice creams in UK stores, soon.

“TURN IT UP!!!!!!! Excuse all the caps, but we didn’t want you to miss out on the music because we spent an insane amount of money on it so that you would watch the video and think that the video was way cooler than if the video didn’t have any music on it that cost an insane amount of money,” captionedOatly in joviality. “So, for the sake of playing along and making us happy, TURN IT UP!!!!!!!”

The video features Vanilla Ice and DJ Earthquake’s iconic hip-hop track “Ice Ice Baby” and sees the new ice cream products circled in clouds of dry ice.

Oatly’s new ice cream flavors, each complete with a quirky name, include: Pretty Average Vanilla, Totally Basic Chocolate, Very Fancy Double Chocolate Fudge, Quite Ordinary Strawberry, and Really Posh Caramel Hazelnut.

The brand already offers three classic plant-based ice creams at various retailers — VanillaChocolate, and Strawberry. Regarding these products, the company commented, “Everything that goes into our products are specifically chosen with extreme care and are vegetable based.”

The oat-centric brand is dominating the oat milk market across the globe. Last month, financial magazine Bloomberg reported Oatly is increasing its manufacturing in an attempt to meet growing demand. Oatly hopes to boost output by 50 percent in the next few months. A growing preference for plant-based milk over cow’s milk appears to be driving the changes. In fact, poll data from January found that almost a third of the UK population aims to give up cow’s milk in 2018. This figure is echoed by US survey data that revealed half of dairy-buying consumers also purchase plant-based dairy-style products.

Oatly isn’t alone in its vegan ice cream launches. UK supermarket giant Sainsbury’s released its own plant-based ice cream range while Häagen-Dazs expanded its non-dairy line with new flavors of frozen treats. Ben & Jerry’s is also selling its popular vegan ice cream in the UK as well.

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