The La Lune Ice Cream is Made Using Milk from a Goat

By: Jaime Neely - Published: Mar 30, 2012 • References: & thedieline
La Lune Ice Cream was recently ushered into the American food market as a sustainable alternative to traditional ice cream. Made using the milk from a goat as opposed to a cow, La Lune Ice Cream offers a variety of delicious ice cream and sorbet flavors.

The use of goat milk instead of cow milk makes this frozen treat a much more healthy, sustainable and conscience option than traditional ice cream. The brand behind this treat is committed to sustainability and prides itself on creating its packaging from 100% recycled materials and obtaining its milk ingredients from free range goats.

La Lune Ice Cream, which is much lower in fat compared to other brands, is available in four mouthwatering flavors including coffee gelato, melon gelato, coconut chocolate chip gelato and plain chocolate gelato. Stats for Eco-Friendly Frozen Indulgences Trending: Older & Warm
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