Baskin-Robbins Australia offers supersize scoop
Baskin-Robbins Australia is now offering a serving-size of its ice cream which is 50 per cent larger than its regular scoop.
‘The Big Scoop’ offers customers 170 grams of ice cream and is served either in a cup, waffle cone or as part of its desserts range.
“Australia is famous for our ‘Big Icons’, like the Big Banana, The Big Pineapple, The Big Mango, so what better way to celebrate Summer than to introduce our very own Baskin-Robbins’ Big Scoop,” Baskin-Robbins General Manager, Ben Flintoff said.
For a limited-time only, those who buy a Big Scoop serving will receive cream, chopped almonds and a cherry as free garnishes.
Baskin-Robbins will still continue to sell its small 70 g scoop size and its regular 114g scoop.
Baskin-Robbins was established in the US in 1945 and its Australian branch is managed by Palm Oasis Ventures, a joint venture between the Galadari Brothers and Dunkin Brands International.
There are currently 88 Baskin-Robbins ice cream stores Australia-wide.
Baskin-Robbins Australia appointed a new General Manager, Ben Flintoff, in August 2016.
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