Eclipse Foods’ plant-based cookie butter, mint chip, and vintage vanilla ice cream flavors are now available in Whole Foods Market locations throughout northern California. The addition of Whole Foods marks a major milestone for the brand as it continues to scale operations and rapidly expand its retail footprint.
Eclipse’s signature ice cream is made using its proprietary dairy platform that replicates micelles from plants to create plant-based dairy products that mimic the exact taste, texture, and functionality found in conventional dairy.
“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,” said Aylon Steinhart, co-founder and CEO, Eclipse Foods. “We couldn’t be more excited to further our mission of providing a more sustainable and humane food system by bringing our signature plant-based ice cream to the loyal customers of Whole Foods Market throughout northern California.”
About Eclipse Foods
Eclipse was launched in 2019 with a mission to create plant-based dairy products that require no sacrifice on taste, texture or functionality for the consumer. Eclipse uses its proprietary dairy platform to replicate micelles (the magic of dairy milk) from plants to create plant-based dairy products. Eclipse products are gluten-free and made without the use of soy, coconut, nuts or stabilizers. Eclipse’s flagship plant-based ice cream offering is available in flavors including caramel butter pecan, classic chocolate, cookie butter, cookies n’ cream, dark side of the spoon, mango passion fruit, mint chip, simply strawberry and vintage vanilla.
Eclipse is available via direct-to-consumer and in retailers nationwide including Amazon Fresh, Central Market, Gelson’s, Foxtrot, New Seasons, Roots Market and select Whole Foods Market locations, among other regional retailers.