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Pumpkin Spice, Candy Corn Frozen Vegan Treats Coming to Whole Foods

'Tis the season for pumpkin overload. Just like Christmas merchandise, the autumnal trend seems to arrive earlier and earlier each year. Sadly, vegans are left out of much of pumpkinpalooza -- no #PSLs, pumpkin ice cream, or pumpkin donuts for us.

Luckily, So Delicious Dairy Free has our back. The company, in conjunction with Whole Foods, is about to release two new treats: Candy Corn and Pumpkin Spice coconut milk ice cream bars.

See also: Vegans Want Starbucks To Make Dairy-Free Pumpkin Spice Latte, How To Make Your Own

The treats are non-GMO project verified, certified vegan, and gluten-free.

"These frozen dessert novelties were created because our holiday beverages have been received so well over the past few years," says Hilary Martin of So Delicious. "Our team always has fun playing with new frozen dessert flavors and ideas, and our fans have expressed interest in them as well."

The bars are set to hit Whole Foods stores nationwide at the end of this month.

And that's not all -- they've got the Christmas season covered too.

"The second two flavors [peppermint star and a vanilla snowman with dark-chocolate top hat] will arrive at Whole Foods Markets nationwide in late October," Martin adds.

The bars will be available only at Whole Foods, since they're a joint effort with the grocery chain, but So Delicious products in general are available pretty much everywhere.

Oh, and they also make several seasonal coconut milk holiday beverages, including Pumpkin Spice Coconut Milk, Mint Chocolate Coconut Milk, and "Nog" Coconut Milk. A dairy-free existence gets a little easier every year.

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Hannah Sentenac covers veg food, drink, pop culture, travel, and animal advocacy issues. In addition to the Miami New Times, she's written for Live Happy magazine, Paste magazine, Thive magazine, and MindBodyGreen.com. Hannah is also editor-in-chief of LatestVeganNews.com.
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