Bulla launches nut-free vanilla ice cream tub
Bulla has dedicated an entire factory facility to the production of a new nut-free vanilla ice cream tub.
A testing system has been put in place to analyse incoming ingredients and finished products during all phases of the production process. A group of staff and suppliers who are educated in the quality and safety of the products produced in the facility have also been employed.
Bulla Frozen Marketing and Portfolio Strategy Manager, Andrew Noisette, said listening to the demand of consumers and working with Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia was a crucial part of developing the ice cream tub.
“We hope that now, not only nut allergy suffering children, but entire families can enjoy a delicious scoop (or two) of Bulla ice cream,” Noisette said.
Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia says six to eight per cent of Australian children have nut allergies.
Bulla’s nut-free ice cream is also gluten-free. The ice cream tub is available now from selected Woolworths, Metcash and other independent supermarkets with a recommended retail price of AUD $6.99 per two-litre tub.
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