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Popular kids' Push Up gets a makeover



New Forest Ice Cream
has refreshed the recipe and packaging design of its Party Push Up.


The wrapped kids’ ice cream features a light vanilla ice cream but with the addition of vibrant candy covered chocolate chips.

The ‘push-up’ packaging is ideal for children as its clear plastic handle prevents sticky fingers but also contains another stash of chocolate sweets.

To stand out in the freezer or on a dedicated children’s menu, New Forest Ice Cream has given the packaging a complete redesign matching it with the splash of colour from the candy-filled handle.

Produced using a nut free recipe which is free from artificial colours and flavourings, the Party Push Up is stored frozen in individually wrapped 80ml portions and is available for operators to purchase in cases of 24 units.
New Forest Ice Cream 01590 647611 www.newforesticecream.com

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The average person in the UK consumes approximately eight litres of ice cream a year in comparison to the USA, which consumes around 21 litres per person

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