While these vans aren’t the first to serve vegan ice cream alongside dairy options (artisanal ice cream Van Leeuwen sells plant-based scoops out of its trucks in the U.S.), vegan ice cream at UK ice cream trucks is yet another sign of the times. With the global vegan ice cream market projected to reach a staggering $2.5 billion within the next decade, companies—and now, mobile ice cream trucks—are catching up to consumer demand. Traditional ice cream brands such as Ben & Jerry’s, Haagen-Dazs, and low-calorie cult favorite Halo Top have all released vegan versions of popular flavors. NadaMoo!, a plant-based ice cream brand based in Texas, recently received $4 million in investment in order to expand to more grocery stores across the United States.

As of right now, only a few vans carrying Swedish Glace vegan ice cream cones have been spotted, but with summer just around the corner and demand for nondairy desserts continue to increase, there’s likely to be a lot more vegan options available this ice cream season.