This is the brand's first non-beverage product.
Fairlife Ice Creams
Credit: Fairlife

Fairlife, with its ultra-filtered, high-protein, low-sugar milk formula, has been a hit since it launched in 2014. Now, the brand is taking their dairy expertise a bit further with the launch of a brand-new light ice cream line that's fit for summer.

In partnership with Boardwalk Frozen Treats, LLC, Fairlife is dipping its dairy nutrition credentials into the $14 billion ice cream category. It is the company's first venture away from beverage-related products and into frozen desserts.

You can expect the same great, thick, and creamy texture and high-quality flavor in each pint that you would find in a carton of milk. The lactose-free ice cream is available in seven delicious flavors:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Cookies & Cream
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter
  • Double Fudge Brownie
  • Java Chip
  • Mint Chip

Depending on the flavor, it has eight or nine grams of protein and 40 percent less sugar than traditional ice cream, but still with the same amazing flavor and consistency you expect from top-of-the-line frozen desserts.

The Fairlife Light Ice Cream has natural flavors, no artificial preservatives or colors, and the milk comes from cows raised without artificial growth hormones. So, you can feel great dipping your spoon into it. 

Plus, this new light ice cream has either a third the calories, or half the fat, of traditional ice cream, or in some cases both — so it's a healthier option when you want that sweet treat in the summer but for fewer calories, and less fat and sugar. 

You can get the ice cream at $4.98 per 14-ounce container in select grocery chain stores. This includes Albertsons Companies, Inc; Big Y Foods, Inc; Food City; Food Lion; Harris Teeter Supermarkets, Inc; Hy-Vee; Jewel-Osco; Lowes Companies, Inc; Lucky Stores; Raley's Supermarkets; Safeway, Inc.; Save Mart Supermarkets; Vons; Walmart, Inc; and WinCo Foods.  

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