Previously, to the delight of many cookie dough fans, Ben & Jerry's introduced ready-to-eat Cookie Dough Chunks in Chocolate Chip and Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip flavors that could safely be eaten raw thanks to pasteurized eggs and heat-treated flour. Now, fans who follow a plant-based diet will be equally happy to discover that Ben & Jerry's will now be offering Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Chunks, the same ones that can be found in its non-dairy frozen dessert pints.
As a vegan-friendly version of Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough was one of the most highly requested additions to its lineup, these new snacks offer a convenient way for all to enjoy a sweet treat on the go without the need for refrigeration or a spoon.
Ben & Jerry's is Introducing Plant-Based Ready-to-Eat Cookie Dough Chunks
1. Vegan Cookie Dough Products - There is an opportunity for companies to create vegan versions of classic dessert items, such as cookie dough, to cater to the growing number of consumers adopting a plant-based lifestyle.
2. Ready-to-eat Snacks - Convenient and portable snacks like Ben & Jerry's Vegan Cookie Dough Bites provide a unique opportunity to capitalize on the fast-paced lifestyle of consumers who prefer on-the-go snacking.
3. Alternative Dessert Ingredients - As consumers become more health-conscious, there is an opportunity for companies to develop innovative ingredient alternatives that allow for the creation of indulgent treats that align with dietary preferences and restrictions.
1. Plant-based Foods - The plant-based food industry continues to grow, and there is a ripe opportunity for companies to innovate and expand their product offerings in this sector.
2. Snack Foods - The snack foods industry is constantly evolving, and companies can benefit by creating innovative and convenient products that cater to the changing needs and preferences of consumers.
3. Alternative Baking Ingredients - Companies that specialize in alternative baking ingredients, such as flour substitutes and vegan egg replacements, have an opportunity to collaborate with mainstream food brands to create plant-based versions of popular desserts and snacks.