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Founder & CEO Becky Osborne started to create Fravocado ice cream at her home in the south-west after having to give up dairy shortly following the birth of her son. Now, with the support of her husband and family they have a brand new production unit supplying independent stores nationwide. This includes leading supermarkets such as Waitrose and Partners across the U.K.

With plant based ingredients picked specifically for their nutritional benefits each tub of Fravocado is packed full of goodness and by using agave syrup as a sweetener it means the sugar content is kept much lower than comparable ice creams.

Becky Osborne, founder of Fravocado said “I’ve grown up by the seaside and always enjoyed traditional ice cream. Having to give that up was tough but I was determined to produce something that was healthier and free from dairy, yet rivalled the taste and texture of traditional Devonshire ice cream. Avocado is a great source of healthy fats and its creamy texture helps replace dairy. Using this alongside coconut milk means that the product is free from all allergens and suitable for anyone to enjoy.”

Meet The Team


Becky Osborne

Founder & Director

Becky left college in 2001 and gained employment in a law firm where she worked until she left to start her own company in 2016, namely Fravocado. During her employment Becky trained in Accounts and Finances. Her entrepreneurial experience has been gained whilst building Fravocado, calling on advice from her network of friends and professionals she has met along the journey.


Gabriel Osborne


Gabriel achieved a sports science degree at University. He used this knowledge and experience to start his own health and fitness gym in 2013 which he continues to manage alongside supporting Fravocado. Gabriel used his knowledge of nutrition to assist Becky in building the recipe and now assists in the production and managing the supply chain.


Stuart Houghton

Production Manager

Stuart started helping with production and logistics when needed as the brand began to grow, and in 2017 he left his employment at Royal Mail to take a full-time position as head of production.

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