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Vegan family hit a sweet spot with dairy free Mr Whippy alternative
If you're scrunching your face up at the thought of vegan soft serve, you best think again.
Vice Cream NZ is New Zealand's first 100 per cent dairy free soft serve truck, according to the owners.
The Queenstown-based business started the same way a lot of quirky Kiwi ventures do: On TradeMe.
"We found this really cool retro truck and were like 'should we do it? Let's do it'," says co-owner Hana Deavoll.
That was in December 2018. By February 2019, Vice Cream was up and running, tripping between the Remarkables Market, local sporting events, corporate shouts, and the New Zealand Golf Open.
Aside from being a fun side project, Hana and her husband Sam Deavoll run a construction company.
Hana says they're also hoping to "break those stereotypes" held by people who think "it's not ice cream if it doesn't have dairy in it".
Perhaps their greatest win has been doing exactly that.
"Even though it says on our truck 'the dairy free ice creamery', and on our menu it says '100 per cent dairy free and vegan', I still don't think a lot of people realise," she says.
Surprisingly, there's no top secret recipe that requires turning cashew nuts into soft serve or chia seeds into sorbet. The soft serve is made with coconut milk, and goes in the machine the same way any other Frosty Boy or Mr Whippy creation would.
Once it's in a cone, punters can pick from an assortment of vegan-friendly toppings.
While Vice Cream might be the only vegan ice cream "truck" in the NZ game, they aren't the only business making dairy free soft serve.
Auckland-based ice creamery Minty B have been running a similar operation since 2016, working out of a restored 1970s caravan.
In supermarkets, Halo Top, Little Island and So Good all offer dairy free ice cream options, and in February of this year, the first dairy-free Magnum was met with major fanfare from the vegan, lactose intolerant and health conscious alike.
Even ice cream stalwart Ben & Jerry's offers a selection of sickeningly decadent vegan ice creams.
For Hana, Vice Cream's purpose comes back to making environmentally-friendly food accessible.
She knows that if you put it in front of people they'll opt in, and if you don't, they won't.
"I think as people become more aware of environmental consequences of dairy… they'll start making more conscious choices. You can't be an environmentalist then go buy a dairy ice cream and cheese, because they contradict each other," she says.
It's no secret New Zealanders care about the environment. That fact makes Vice Cream's job simple - they're there to bring people's "actions in line with their values".
"If we can do our little part to make that easier for people, then that keeps us happy."
As summer fades to winter, the Deavolls already have their sights on Summer 2020.
The couple hoping to get some owner/operators on board, who would be willing to work out of "a shop, a cart or a caravan".
She'd also like to see Vice Cream in "all the major towns" across NZ, "so people can see it and head straight for it, because they know it's 100 percent dairy free".
"I wanna develop our own brand of ice cream too, so you can get it in supermarkets," Hana says.