Plant-based ice cream: No sugar, no milk, no soy

By on October 20, 2015

Kippy’s Ice Cream from Venice, California launched its first two organic ice cream shops in Tokyo and Kyoto on October 16, 2015.


No, Kippy’s does not plan to sugarcoat its ice cream and by that, I mean literally sugar-free!

Kippy’s Ice  Cream was the very first to introduce an organic ice cream in California that does not rely on dairy products, soy and gluten.  Since its opening, the brand has received favorable support from most health conscious people in America.

So how would that compare to the conventional ice cream? The short answer is ‘healthier’. Kippy’s uses only raw honey.  Honey is known to have anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. As a base, they use quality coconut cream and water in place of dairy products with a variety of fruits and chocolate added to enrich the taste. The store currently sells 10 kinds of flavor: Coco Magic Shell, Berry Sauce, Honey Salted Caramel, Spiced Pecans, Cacao Nibs, Goji Berries, Golden Berries, Mulberries, Heirloom Banana, and Bee Pollen.


1F 2-6-3 Sendagaya,
Shibuya-ku, TOKYO 151-0051
OPEN:11 am – 7:30 pm   Nearest station: 8 mins on foot from Kita Sando station on Fukutoshin line

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