This week, My/Mo announced the launch of its newest innovation, pints with mochi “bite” inclusions, an ice cream-forward reversal of the brand’s original mochi line. The company will also launch four non-dairy mochi flavors using cashew milk in Q1.
Ice cream and novelty brands highlighting natural ingredients or embracing full-fat indulgence are in full demand. Here’s the scoop on the latest in frozen dessert news from Vice Cream, My/Mo Mochi, Halo Top and Snow Monkey.
The new Baileys Sea Salt Caramel gelato will be available nationwide this month at a suggested retail price of $4.99 for a 16 oz. pint. Ciao Bella and Baileys continue to collaborate and plan to launch new flavors in the future.
Nancy’s Fancy’s new kitchen will be located in a 6,000 square-foot facility in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles that previously housed Mast Brothers Chocolatiers.
A portion of the proceeds from each One Love pint sold will benefit Jamaica’s One Love Youth Camp, a program run by The Bob Marley Foundation and Partners for Youth Empowerment.
Talenti Gelato & Sorbetto – the best-selling gelato brand in the United States* – is unveiling four new flavor varieties for 2017, underscoring the brand’s commitment to constantly update its portfolio with handcrafted new flavors.
Bringing delicious innovation to an expanding category, Coconut Bliss®, America’s Most Recommended Dairy Free Frozen Dessert, will once again grant the wishes of their fans, and win favor with new consumers, by introducing their Coconut Bliss Cookie Sandwich.
Gelato Fiasco has announced the release of four new flavors as part of its 2017 Pint Collection.The new flavors are:- Mint Chocolate Chunk Gelato: Gelato Fiasco’s take on the classic ice cream stand favorite, but far more dense, perfectly nuanced, and without any artificial colors or flavors.
Along with the new logo, Ciao Bella, in an unprecedented move, is replacing its current 14oz jar with a larger, cylindrical shaped 16oz container without raising prices.
Over the past two years, frozen dessert brand Pro-Yo has seen sales of its line of high protein, probiotic enhanced “smoothie tubes” grow rapidly into roughly 1,600 stores nationwide. But founder and President Nathan Carey knew the brand could go farther with a new line.