NadaMoo!, Austin based dairy-free coconut milk ice cream, officially launches in Whole Foods stores nationwide this month. The gluten-free, zero cholesterol, agave sweetened frozen dessert company will also introduce four new flavors to its lineup that will be available in select markets. The new flavors are Chocolate Cherry Fudge Brownie, Pistachio Nut, Salted Caramel and That Snickerdoodle Dough. The four new flavors will first be available in the Southwest region.

 

The addition of four new flavors will give the company a total of fifteen flavors which will be sampled at Expo West, the world’s largest organic and health products trade show, in Anaheim, California this month. The four new flavors continue NadaMoo’s commitment to transparent and clean ingredients with all of their products certified Fair Trade, kosher, vegan, gluten-free, organic and Non-GMO.

 

NadaMoo! President and CEO Daniel Nicholson recently took a trip to Thailand to visit one of their coconut producers. “The trip left me feeling inspired and I returned wanting to grow our business as one that truly makes a difference to those that work for us and the people who enjoy NadaMoo!,” said Nicholson. The trip was documented by a local filmmaker and the film will debut in Austin this year. The short film will highlight NadaMoo!’s journey as a family run business that is committed to quality working with teams across the globe. “2016 is a big year for us with the launch of four new flavors and being available nationwide in Whole Foods. We are excited for what the future holds for NadaMoo! as a local business with global reach,” says Nicholson.

 

In addition to the nationwide Whole Foods launch, NadaMoo! will also be available in additional 765 H-E-B stores across Texas for total distribution in over 1300 stores. The new availability of NadaMoo! makes it one of the most widely distributed frozen dessert products that is made in Texas. For more information on local retailers, please visit www.nadamoo.com/findus/.

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