Eclipse Foods is gaining momentum as it is establishing itself in the plant-based ice cream market, carving out a place for its own vegan alternatives.

Eclipse Foods has branded itself apart from the rest of the plant-based ice cream makers by relying on the power of plants completely. 

 

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CEO Aylon Steinhart said, “We’re not using any expensive biotech to get to where we’re going. We take plants, and we use our world-class expertise in functional plant proteins and how they work to blend plants together in a quite simple way.”

As part of its goals for growth and expansion in the plant-based ice cream market, Eclipse has inked a deal with Whole Foods. This deal allows Eclipse ice cream to hit Whole Foods shelves along with other vegan brands of ice cream.

The ice cream will initially be available at select locations in Northern California. Hopefully, expanding to other Whole Foods stores in the near future if they find success among consumers.

Aylon Steinhart said, “Entering Whole Foods Market, a retailer synonymous for offering premium ingredient, high-caliber products, marks an important moment for Eclipse as we continue to grow our retail presence nationwide.”

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