‘Nut free’ ice-cream extends to food service market
Bulla has extended its 2L Nut Free Ice Cream offering into 10L foodservice packaging for use across restaurants, cafeterias and other catering operations.
Bulla says that it’s the first major manufacturer in Australia to introduce a nut free ice cream made in a dedicated nut free facility, Bulla is selling its ice cream alternative beyond supermarket shelves.
Bulla is a sponsor of the upcoming Allergy & Anaphylaxis’ Food Allergy week 13-19 May 2018.
“Following the positive response from consumers to our initial 2L Bulla Nut Free Ice Cream launch in 2017, we’re very proud to be able to take this a step further and extend this offering to our foodservice partners,” said Andrew Noisette, Bulla Frozen Marketing & Portfolio Strategy Manager.
“Listening to the demand of our consumers and working closely with Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia was a crucial part of the development of Bulla Nut Free Ice Cream. We hope these foodservice launches will give more people peace of mind and allow even more Australians to enjoy a delicious scoop (or two) of Bulla ice cream,” he said.
With Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry flavours available, the range is gluten free and
will be extended to a 5L format.
With six to eight per cent of Australian children suffering from nut allergies, Bulla dedicated an entire factory facility to the production of its Nut Free Ice Cream in 2017, along with a dedicated group of staff and suppliers who are educated on the quality and safety of the products produced in the facility.
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