HumanCo Acquires Dairy-free Ice Cream Producer Coconut Bliss

Holding company HumanCo acquired a majority stake in organic, plant-based ice cream company Coconut Bliss. Through the partnership, Coconut Bliss will continue creating the plant-based desserts that have made the company a fan favorite since its inception in 2005.

Coconut Bliss is a dairy-free ice cream producer creating 100 percent plant-based flavors of ice creams. USDA Certified Organic and Non-GMO Project verified, every Coconut Bliss product is also certified vegan and gluten free. The company has received the Women’s Choice Award for America’s Most Recommended Frozen Dairy-Free Dessert for four years running.

“HumanCo invests in and builds companies that make the best tasting and cleanest version of a consumer product, and that’s why we’re thrilled to join forces with Coconut Bliss,” Jason H. Karp, founder and CEO of HumanCo said.”We love ice cream, but most of the plant-based options don’t taste like delicious ice cream or are filled with weird, questionable ingredients. Coconut Bliss does things the right way. We are excited to welcome Coconut Bliss into the HumanCo family and looking forward to helping them in this next chapter of growth.”

“I am thrilled to join forces with HumanCo and amplify the importance of organic and intentionally sourced foods,” Kim Gibson Clark, CEO of Coconut Bliss added. “I’m not only excited for Coconut Bliss employees and the brand at large, but also our customers who will reap the rewards of this partnership.”

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