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Swedish-style Light Ice Cream

So creamy, so light, and so Swedish.

looking down on a person walking on a dark wood floor digging a spoon into a full carton of ice cream

Så creamy.

Introducing the first and only light ice cream that is actually, truly, delicious.
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Plant-Powered Sweetness

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the best better-for-you ingredients.

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    Stevia
    Steviol glycosides, found in stevia plants, have been used in South America for hundreds of years. These can also be produced by fermenting cane sugar.
  • illustration of monk fruit
    Monk fruit
    Monk fruit is a small, green gourd that resembles a melon. First used by Buddhist monks in the 13th century.
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    Erythritol
    Erythritol is found in pears, plums, and fermented foods. It can also be made from corn.
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    Sweet Fiber
    Soluble corn fiber helps provide our creamy texture and sweetness, made from corn.
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    Birch Sugar
    Also known as Xylitol, Birch Sugar is found in fruits and vegetables and is produced in small amounts by our bodies every day. It can also be made from rice.
  • illustration of fig
    Allulose
    Allulose is a rare sweetener found in figs and raisins, of which only a tiny amount is metabolized by the body. It can also be made from corn.
illustration of a green leaf
Stevia
Steviol glycosides, found in stevia plants, have been used in South America for hundreds of years. These can also be produced by fermenting cane sugar.

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