Brings Dairy-Free Frozen Dessert Inspiration to Vegan Fest at Weavers Way Co-Op in Ambler June 23rd

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The call has gone out for the season’s “must attend” event for vegans or those who just want to be one, for Vegan Fest at Weavers Way Ambler on Saturday June 23rd, from 11am-4pm, 217 East Butler Avenue.

Upstate New York’s Summer flavor sensation is bringing their four signature dairy-free flavors: Curry Cashew & Crystallized Ginger, Hibiscus, Deep & Dark Chocolate, and Lavender to feature as they announce their welcome to Philadelphia at Weavers Way Co-Ops throughout the city.

The Upstate-based company is a pioneer in the craft ice cream movement and is based out of their urban dairy in Rochester, NY. All Eat Me™ dairy-free ice creams are based on proprietary recipes developed using coconut milk instead of traditional cows’ milk. Ingredients are locally sourced, natural and certified vegan. They also make traditional milk-based flavors and plan on experimenting with other milk-bases in the future.

The company has been experiencing rapid expansion starting in Western New York and heading down the Hudson Valley to Brooklyn where they made their successful debut last month at the Park Slope Co-Op in Brooklyn.

“Philly – The City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection” – is a natural step for us after our New York City premier in May,” said Catelyn Augustine, EMIC’s Founder. “We’re on a mission to bring our vision of creating super premium ice cream for all to “lick, savor and cry to all across the North East.”

The self-proclaimed Ice Cream Wizards – co-founders, Catelyn Augustine and Amber Odhner – will be on hand to serve up samples at the Weaver’s Way Co-Op Vegan Fest from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m and offer a $1.00 coupon to promote the product launch in all three Weaver’s Way Co-Op Stores.

Ms. Odhner, who is the company’s “Flavor-Master” created the non-dairy tastes through extensive testing and experimentation. “This is just the start of a non-dairy revolution that is taking the craft ice-cream movement by storm,” she said. “Our non-dairy ice cream has its roots in the craft brewery movement we’ve experienced

throughout the country. We were looking for the ‘next big thing in taste’, and non-dairy based ice cream – REAL Ice Cream with high quality ingredients and experimental flavors is a sure thing.”

Founded in 2012, Eat Me™ is Vegan Certified, and both part of NYS Certified and Grown & Launch New York.

You can find them at www.eatmeicecream.com, facebook and instagram@eatmeicecream.

For more information about Weavers Way Vegan Fest, visit www.weaversway.coop/event/vegan-fest-2018.


Catelyn Augustine & Amber Obhner Founders/Co Owners

Press Contact Catelyn Augustine 585 455-3071

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