Bulla’s new ice cream & frozen yoghurt sandwiches launched
Innovative Australian private dairy group Bulla has launched its new Creamy Classics Ice Cream Sandwiches and Frozen Greek Style Yoghurt Sandwiches.
As the summer season approaches in Australia, the new range of ice cream and yoghurt sandwiches are already available in supermarkets.
Bulla has reimagined their best-selling Creamy Classics Ice Cream into new flavour and texture combinations according to General Manager of Marketing and Innovation Nick Hickford.
The innovative Frozen Greek Style Yoghurt Sandwiches are made with the smooth, creamy texture of Greek yoghurt, scooped between two oat cookies.
“With an increasing demand for premium quality products, made with wholesome ingredients, together with a growing appetite for varied flavour offerings, we feel these exciting new products will have broad appeal,” Hickford said.
The company remains one of Australia’s largest family-owned dairy producers, operating out of the country town of Colac in Victoria.
Bulla’s Creamy Classics Ice Cream sandwiches are available in Vanilla, Double Choc Fudge and Mint Choc Chip. They retail for $7.99 in Coles, Woolworths and independent supermarkets.
The Frozen Greek Style Yoghurt sandwiches are available in Boysenberry. It retails for $7.99 in Woolworths and independent supermarkets.
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