New Forest Ice Cream reveals new sharing range

New Forest Ice Cream, one of the UK’s most renowned manufacturers of ice cream and sorbets, has launched a new 500ml sharing range.

The new tubs feature bespoke packaging and will be accompanied by the introduction of eight new flavours.

The ice cream range will be available in: Vanilla Pod, Salted Caramel, Iced Latte, Rhubarb & Ginger, Strawberry Shortcake, Chocolate Ganache and  Mint Chocolate Crisp  (rrp £3.95).  

A Lemon & Lime Sorbet will also be available in the new 500ml format. All New Forest Ice Cream is made from whole milk, double cream and contains no preservatives.

Christina Veal, director of New Forest Ice Cream, said: “We are delighted to increase our presence within the retail sector and our new 500ml tubs are the perfect way to do so. The combination of the eye-catching design and our exciting new flavours make the range a refreshing addition to retail freezers.

”We have carefully chosen the flavours to ensure we are appealing to all customers’ preferences and offering something for all members of the family to enjoy at home. In line with all our products, we have spent a great deal of time developing these new lines, ensuring there is a real mix of flavours. Each flavour has been created from our traditional family recipe, using modern processes to achieve the velvety base and striking flavours.”

Retailers can buy cases of 8x500ml for £17.50+VAT. 


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