A totally divine LunchBreakLIVE at Divine Dips Ice Crème in DTLA a.k.a. Downtown Los Angeles! Owner Diane Jacobs about how she comes up with these spectacular ice cream combos! Join the GoFundMe campaign to keep this spectacular store open. Go to Divine Dips Ice Creme Facebook page! It’s gone viral! Together we can save this extraordinary Vegan Mecca!
Please show support for this hard-working vegan business owner!
In the 90’s Diane owned a bakery called Cake Works where she designed desserts. In 2006, Diane realized she was lactose intolerant, and she also had a gluten intolerance. For these reasons, she began designing desserts that were dairy-free and gluten-free. She also became aware of vegan philosophy, and she wanted to try to apply it to her dessert development. Diane developed Divine Dips in 2009 because she didn’t think there was superb vegan ice cream. She has been selling her ice cream in specialty shops since 2011, and she has been operating an ice cream truck since 2014. Now in 2018, she has a brick and mortar vegan ice cream shop. Diane is truly the exemplification of utilizing compassion and hard work to develop a top-notch product and business. Her ice cream was even voted The Best of LA!
Come downtown and claim your slice of pure heaven!
Dianne has worked so hard to bring her business to fruition and now she needs our help! She has run into some financial issues with her investors and may have to close the store. Her only hope is to gain the support of ice-cream-loving customers. Diane has launched a GoFundMe campaign in order to save her business. If ever there was a time to show your support for a vegan entrepreneur and her business, this is it! Please visit the link below and donate if you can. Don’t forget to stop by the store with all of your family and friends to show this very deserving business owner that our community supports her!
Jane and the crew came by to show this Divine Dips love, and so can you!
Co-founder of the 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Animal Alliance Network activist group as part of the Save Movement. She helps organize weekly pig vigils outside of a slaughterhouse near Downtown Los Angeles. She hopes to help raise awareness in her community and around the world about the victims of animal agriculture.