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VAN LEEUWEN DEBUTS TWO NEW VEGAN FLAVORS ICE CREAM AT LOS ANGELES

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Ice cream brand Van Leeuwen as of late included another California-roused vegan flavor to its Los Angeles areas.

In festivity of the opening of its fifth more prominent LA territory shop—presently open at The Point shopping center in El Segundo.

The brand built up the Hemp Cookie and Avocado vegan flavor which is made with oat milk avocado ice cream, a dash of lime, and stuffed with pieces of housemade hemp seed chocolate chip cookies. 

Established as a truck in Brooklyn in 2008, the brand currently has 22 scoop shops in New York City and Los Angeles. In 2013, Van Leeuwen’s added its first coconut-based vegan ice cream in chocolate and vanilla flavors.

It has since advanced its contributions to incorporate a whole vegan setup with flavors, for example, Salted Caramel, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, and Toasted Coconut Blondie.

They also offer uncommon flavors recently offered out of appreciation for different occasions, for example, Earth Month and Popeye’s 90th Birthday. 

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On July 8, Van Leeuwen’s is further extending its vegan contributions with two flavors: cashew-based Gianduja Pie and Caramelized Banana Praline.

These flavors—will be accessible until July 31 at its NYC and LA scoop shops, just as for across the country delivery on its site.

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