Jolly Llama Introduces Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free Ice Cream Cones and Vegan-Friendly Sandwiches

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The Maker of Plant-Powered Sorbet Pops Will Offer New Frozen Treats Nationwide in March

Dairy-Free Gluten-Free Vanilla Fudge Sundae Jolly Llama® Cone

As Americans grow more conscious of health and environmental causes, Jolly Llama continues to push the boundaries of frozen treats by re-imagining timeless and refreshing snacks for families to enjoy regardless of their dietary restrictions.

Delicious enlightenment has never tasted so good. Today, Jolly Llama introduced new coconut-powered ice cream cones and sandwiches free of dairy and gluten. Made with premium ingredients, Jolly Llama's delicious new frozen treats are vegan-friendly, gluten-friendly and satisfyingly smooth.

Both new products are now available in Sprouts Nationwide, Associated Foods (UT, ID, WY, OR, NV, AZ, CO), Albertsons in Boise and Denver, as well as Harmon’s and Ridley’s in UT, as of March 1, 2020.

Crafted with smooth and creamy coconut-powered ice cream, the NEW Jolly Llama Dairy-Free Gluten-Free Sandwiches are available in both Premium Vanilla and Cool Mint Chocolate Chip. The dairy-free frozen goodness is sandwiched between two delicious, gluten-free chocolate wafers made with rice flour and pea fiber. Starting March 1, the product will be available in grocery stores nationwide in packs of four for $4.99.

The full product line includes:

The NEW Jolly Llama Dairy-Free Gluten-Free Cones deliver the perfect number of chocolate chip chunks amidst a sea of frozen coconut-powered ice cream, complete with caramel ribbons and topped with a chocolatey drizzle. Both flavors, Vanilla Fudge Sundae and Caramel Chocolate Chip, rest in a chocolate-lined, gluten-free cone made with rice flour. The product will also be available nationwide starting March 1, as a 3-count box for $4.99.

The full product line includes:

In addition to being almost-everyone-friendly, these frozen treats are guilt-free: The sandwiches contain only 120 to 160 calories per serving while the cones contain 260 to 310 calories per serving.

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“As Americans grow more conscious of health and environmental causes, Jolly Llama continues to push the boundaries of frozen treats by re-imagining timeless and refreshing snacks for families to enjoy regardless of their dietary restrictions,” said Casper’s Ice Cream Chief Executive Officer Paul Merrill. “Jolly Llama’s coconut-powered sandwiches and cones satisfy the growing demand for dairy-free products and empower ice cream lovers everywhere to enjoy frozen treats without consuming any dairy or gluten.”

Jolly Llama’s expansion into ice cream sandwiches and cones extends from the brand’s success with its popular sorbet pops, which are free of gluten, dairy, soy, and GMOs. Made with whole fruit, they are now available in pineapple, mango, blackberry, strawberry and raspberry sorbet flavors. Each serving is only between 70 and 80 calories.

Jolly Llama is the all-natural family member of Casper’s Ice Cream, a hometown legacy ice cream brand currently celebrating 95 years of experience in the ice cream business. Since the company was formed in 1925 by Casper Merrill, Casper’s Ice Cream has continued to grow, innovate and align with ice cream novelty lovers across the nation.

“Jolly Llama is a great example of how we, at Casper’s, are dedicated to continuing to push the envelope of the frozen treats industry,” said Merrill, the grandson of Casper Merrill. “By leveraging our rich history in innovative ice cream creations, we are able to confidently explore new markets and products that bring the joy of frozen treats to all Americans, regardless of their dietary requirements or preferences.”

For more information, visit the jollyllama.com.

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