Cardiff’s Science Cream Nabs a Spot on PETA UK’s ‘Top Vegan Sweet Treats’ List

 

For Immediate Release:

7 August 2017

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CARDIFF’S SCIENCE CREAM NABS A SPOT ON PETA UK’S ‘TOP VEGAN SWEET TREATS’ LIST

Ice Cream Shop Scoops Award for Its Decadent Dairy-Free Flavours, Toppings, and Fruit Sauces

Cardiff – PETA has finalised its list of the Top 12 Vegan Sweet Treats across the UK, and scooping up a coveted spot is popular Cardiff ice cream parlour Science Cream, whose delicious dairy-free options include almond-, hazelnut-, and coconut-based ice creams in flavours such as chocolate, peanut butter, cherry, and strawberry served with vegan toppings including honeycomb pieces made with golden syrup and ginger, hazelnut praline pieces, and real fruit sauces.

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“Science Cream’s delectable cruelty-free ice cream makes it possible to indulge your sweet tooth while also being sweet to animals,” says PETA Director Elisa Allen. “As all the compassionate eateries on PETA’s list prove, choosing vegan treats today is a piece of cake.”

Rounding out PETA’s list are Vx in Bristol; The Lady Luck in Canterbury; The Caffeine Drip in Edinburgh; Rabbit in Exeter; Our Kitchen in Liverpool; Ice Shack in Manchester; Doughnotts in Nottingham; Luna Rossa in Sheffield; and Ask Italian and Shakeaway, with locations across the UK. Each winner will receive a framed certificate.

PETA – whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to eat or abuse in any other way” – notes that eggs and dairy foods, which are high in cholesterol and saturated fat, contribute to the UK’s obesity epidemic, which is linked to many of the country’s top killers, including heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, and cancer. Not only are plant-based meals better for our health and the planet – since livestock farming is one of the biggest contributors to climate change – they also spare millions of animals the horrors of factory farms every year.

For more information, please visit PETA.org.uk.

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