This is a repost of our nutritional information and comparison of our product compared to conventional ice creams. We've had a lot of fantastic press lately and the number one question we've been being asked is regarding nutritional information, so we're going to be directing people here where it's all laid out nice and neat. If you've seen all this before, thanks for your patience. If it's your first time here, welcome! Re-Post begins.....
We all love dessert. And we definitely love a dessert that's good for us. Well, at least one that isn't bad for one's health. We know it's probably been a while since most of you readers ate cow's milk ice cream, but here's a reminder of how much better for you our non-dairy ice cream is than the average ice cream.
OK, ready for some numbers? Here goes. All data is for 4oz (1/2 a cup) of vanilla ice cream.
This is the nutritional breakdown for a 4oz. serving of Wheeler's ice cream. Nutritional information for other flavors varies slightly, but info for Vanilla is similar to most.
Here's the nutritional breakdown for the same size serving of Ben & Jerry's (Original Vanilla)
And for Haagen-Dazs...
But what about actually going out for ice cream? Here's the info on Cold Stone...
Is frozen yogurt any better? A little I guess, but not much. TCBY information here.
For this last one, I am being true to the ounce. Since no Dairy Queen cone comes in 4oz like the rest of our data, for a reference, 3oz is the child's size, and 5oz is a small. So pretend you didn't quite finish that small cone. Here's what you got.
We know we're preaching to the vegan choir here, but even if you don't care about animals, or don't have any dietary condition that makes dairy a Bad Thing, the numbers don't lie. If you're going to be eating some delicious frozen dessert, it should be Wheeler's, for your health.