For most consumers, there is no season in which ice cream should not be eaten. The global ice cream market will surpass $78 billion by 2025, and a big spike in that growth is coming from the booming nondairy ice cream segment. The latest brand to toss a spoon into the pint, vegan chocolate brand\u00a0Pana Chocolate is launching a new range of dairy-free ice cream ahead of Australia's summer season. "It's here and you won't believe how good it tastes until you try it!" the company said on its Instagram page.\u00a0Available\u00a0in Mint Chocolate Chip, Salted Caramel, and Vanilla Bean flavors, the dairy-free ice creams are\u00a0now being sold at Coles Supermarkets. The Australian company, known for its organic, handmade chocolate, is expanding its range to make this summer even more special for its Aussie customers.\u00a0All of its products are free from dairy, soy, gluten and refined sugar. The company previously launched a limited edition range of vegan Choc Tops;\u00a0these were so popular, the company decided that a permanent ice cream range was thought necessary. Vegan ice cream is taking the world by storm, as more and more retailers acknowledge\u00a0its permanent right of place in our freezers.\u00a0Last month, internationally renowned\u00a0brand Magnum announced the launch of its first-ever range of dairy-free ice creams. A brand of this repertoire's foray into vegan ice cream is indicative of the monumental shift in consumer trends, with dairy-free products more in demand than ever. Consequently, not only are major brands like Ben & Jerry's developing dairy-free ice cream, but companies are actually helping customers get their hands on them.\u00a0H\u00e4agen-Dazs has made it easier than ever for American vegan sweet tooths to find their favorite flavors of ice cream, adding its non-dairy range to its ice cream flavor locator. In the UK especially, the\u00a0vegan ice cream industry is booming. One\u00a0vegan ice cream van in the country,\u00a0run by animal rights organization Viva!,\u00a0recently struggled to keep up with demand whilst it journeyed to several different counties. The van was part of an evidently popular campaign to\u00a0show the British public how delicious nondairy ice cream is, while also raising awareness of the inherent\u00a0cruelty of the\u00a0dairy industry. Even an\u00a0India-based\u00a0dairy brand,\u00a0Hangyo, has released two new vegan ice cream flavours as part of the first-ever\u00a0government supported\u00a0dairy-free\u00a0ice cream venture. Image credit: Pana Chocolate Become a\u00a0CLUBKINDLY\u00a0member today!