Frieze Los Angeles

February 14 – 16, 2020

Preview February 13

Craig’s Vegan

Paramount Pictures Studios Backlot
Los Angeles, CA 90038
United States

Yes, we’re from LA. But we never set out to make vegan frozen treats for the wellness crowd. We just set out to make rich, creamy, decadent desserts that just happen to be vegan and that just happens to be good for you. In fact, nothing makes us happier than when our non-vegan friends fall head over spoon for our tubs. We first began making Craig’s Vegan after the clientele at our LA restaurant began asking for a non-dairy dessert. Soon the requests for our scoops to-go came pouring in and the pints began flying out the door.

Now Craig’s Vegan can be found in the freezers of family kitchens, A-List celebrities, wellness gurus and basically anyone who loves delicious desserts that just happens to be vegan.

@craigsvegan

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