Oatside, an oat milk brand based in Singapore, has announced the launch of a new oat milk-based dairy-free ice cream range.
The range, now available in a number of major retailers, has launched with three flavours: chocolate, peanut butter cookie dough and coffee with mini chocolate chips.
Oatside said its latest creation is “poised to redefine the plant-based experience with its creamy texture and irresistible flavours”.
All three varieties use Oatside’s oat milk as its base ingredient and are 100% plant-based and lactose-free. Oatside’s oat milk is extracted in-house from roasted Australian oats using the company’s enzyme treatment process, which gives it a creamy, malty and milky profile.
Benedict Lim, Oatside’s founder and CEO, said: “Plant-based non-dairy ice creams pose a technical challenge and tend to be icy versus their dairy counterparts, but we’ve managed to achieve a rich, creamy non-dairy ice cream using our classic Oatside oat milk as the base ingredient”.
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