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Miyoko’s Creamery and Frankie & Jo’s Collaboration – Chocolate Seasonal Ice Cream

Chocolate Seasonal Ice Cream

The makers of plant-based ice cream from Miyoko’s Creamery have teamed up with Seattle-based vegan ice cream brand Frankie & Jo’s to create a unique product called Miyoko’s Butter Toffee & Chocolate.

A delicate creamy caramel base with the addition of natural butterscotch made with Miyoko’s cultured vegan butter combined with rich Kraft dark chocolate. It’s a bang for your taste buds.

We’re excited to announce the news that ice cream is now available for delivery nationwide, as well as in Frankie & Jo’s Seattle’s stores. You can also order it through the brand’s website, so you’ll have it delivered right to your doorstep in a special protective box filled with dry ice. The treat will retain its pristine appearance in its perfect packaging.

The Origin of the Product

Frankie & Jo Miyoko's Creamery

Brands were intent on changing the way consumers think about dairy products, so using Miyoko’s products was a perfect fit.

This year, the Frankie & Jo team made a seasonal-flavored ice cream sandwich and developed countless butterscotch ice cream options.

Finally, Miyoko’s Creamery has made the perfect version that meets all standards.

Miyoko’s, led by Miyoko Schinner, is endlessly excited to partner with Frankie & Jo’s. They came up with the idea to create a seasonal ice cream using cultured vegan butter and subsequently, Miyoko’s Butter Toffee & Chocolate was born-a a unique product perfect for fall. Now both companies can’t get enough of the result of this delicious flavor.

And the collaboration of like-minded brands with an important mission inspires us to do good and use plants in food in a variety of ways. In this way, we can work together to promote a culture of veganism and create the food of the future for generations to come.

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