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NadaMoo! Announces Three New Flavors

AUSTIN, Texas– NadaMoo!, the original coconut-milk,vegan ice cream, has announced two new flavors are planting their way to its lineup, including Banana Caramel Crunch, a dairy-free banana pudding ice cream dream come true, and Peach Cobbler, a plant-based take on a Southern favorite. NadaMoo! also unveiled a third flavor released as a special-edition, Marshmallow Stardust, a mystical marshmallow explosion. All new flavors are now available at Sprouts nationwide and will soon be available at additional retailers. Joining 15 other pint-sized flavors, Banana Caramel Crunch, Peach Cobbler and Marshmallow Stardust are also now available to order directly from

Inspired by its mission to make the world happier and healthier one scoop at a time, the new flavors offer ice cream aficionados a plant-based take on tradition as well as unique flavor combinations. Descriptions of each new flavor follow:

  • Banana Caramel Crunch combines a banana base, decadent caramel swirl and graham cracker pieces that are gluten-free – just as the entire NadaMoo! lineup. It is a dairy-free twist on the quintessential banana pudding that will have banana lovers coming back for more.
  • Peach Cobbler offers a fruity base with flavorful gluten-free piecrust pieces. This Southern-inspired flavor is a dairy-free take of ice cream topped on a cobbler dish with all the comfort.
  • Marshmallow Stardust delivers a unique name with unique ingredients, and is inspired by the fun and vibrant spirit of NadaMoo! fans. It is a mystical marshmallow explosion that includes confetti sprinkles, marshmallow pieces and some fruity swirls.

“We always enjoy experimenting and having fun with food, and most of all listening to you – our customers,” said Daniel Nicholson, CEO, NadaMoo! “These new flavors are a representation of our take on traditional ice cream flavors without omitting the experience of what rich frozen desserts should provide. It’s our perspective for your dairy-free revolution – one scoop or pint at a time.”

Each NadaMoo! flavor is made with its extra-creamy, dairy-free coconut milk base, and with certified organic, vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO and fair-trade ingredients. With coconut milk, NadaMoo! offers ice cream fans a creamy texture and satiating flavor that is often removed from dairy-free ice creams with half the fat and calories of not only ice cream, but other dairy-free ice cream alternatives and zero cholesterol. Coconut milk is also good for heart and gut health, due to its healthy fats and minerals.

NadaMoo! also strives to continue to source ingredients that have a negative impact on the environment, and require less water and land to produce. To learn more about NadaMoo!, its mission and each flavor, visit, and follow on social media using @nadamoo on Instagram and Twitter, and @NadaMooIceCream on Facebook. Tag #grablifebythecoconuts and #nadamoo to share your coconut-milk, dairy-free ice cream experience.

About NadaMoo!

Established in Austin, Texas, in 2004, NadaMoo!, the original coconut milk plant-based ice cream, was founded on a mission to make the world happier and healthier – one scoop at a time. NadaMoo! is made with its proprietary extra-creamy, dairy-free coconut milk base, and with certified organic, vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO and fair-trade ingredients. NadaMoo! offers ice cream aficionados a creamy taste and texture of regular ice cream while remaining dairy-free and offering lower overall calories and zero cholesterol. The company makes its products in Texas and is dedicated to using ingredients whenever possible in support of a fair, sustainable and contaminant-free food chain. Owned by his South Texas family, president and CEO Daniel Nicholson has led the company’s expansion into new regions and points of distribution across the nation without forgetting his roots. NadaMoo! is available in natural, conventional, specialty and co-op grocery stores nationwide. For more information, visit, or @nadamoo on Instagram and Twitter, and @NadaMooIceCream on Facebook.

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