Alec's Organic Ice Cream
This is just damn good ice cream. Especially the Honey Blueberry Lavender, where honey is delicately swirled in a delectable cream base flavored with the perfect synergy of blueberries and lavender. Well, not just damn good, it’s also made of locally sourced organic milk from pasture-raised cows. We’d love to see grass-fed certification come on board, too, but mostly we’d like to see more samples in our office.
Forager Project Organic Cashewmilk Ice Cream
Forager Project’s Cashewmilk Ice Cream is a delicious plant-based and dairy-free dessert. Dairy-like in its creaminess, texture and taste yet still free of lactose, dairy, soy and gluten, the bonus is that this ice cream is also certified organic, made with cashews from ethically sourced farming collectives. None of this should come as a surprise as the company’s mission is “to make delicious, organic, plant-based foods that benefit the planet and people,” yet organic plant-based offerings in this category can still be hard to come by. With flavors including Vanilla, Chocolate, Cookies & Cream, Mint Chip and Salted Caramel, the brand aims to serve up a clean, sustainable solution to an American classic.
Yasso Jüve Pops
From the makers of frozen yogurt bars, these pops are a water-based popsicle made with real fruit ingredients and packed with vitamins and electrolytes. The aim? To deliver rejuvenating replenishment and hydration. Think hot day after a workout or day of gardening, when water alone just doesn’t suffice. Made without artificial flavors, dyes or sweeteners, these light-flavored pops are super refreshing and lower in calories and sugar than their typical counterparts. We like that this incubator brand is set to contribute to the Yasso GameOn! Foundation, a certified 501(c)3, designed to provide resources and opportunities to get people and communities moving in the pursuit of health and happiness.