Los Angeles Starbucks’ has joined forces with start-up company Dream Pops, offering customers a new summer treat, 3D vegan ice cream. Being the first of its kind to leverage 3D printing technology and merging it with superfood ice cream, these two companies couldn’t be more thrilled to release this innovative iced confection.
Perfect for a hot day in the sun, the dairy-free desserts are made using 3D-printed molds and are packed with superfruits. Bursting with flavor, this healthy alternative comes in a variety of tropical flavors, including Berry Dreams, Mango Rosemart, Coconut Latte, and many more.
You can find these ice lollies at five Starbucks locations in Los Angeles: La Brea and the 4th, Melrose and Stanley, Third Street Promenade, Wilshire and Santa Monica, and San Vincente and Barrington. They will be sold all summer long until October 5th, 2018.
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