National Ice Cream Day!

Since this month is National Ice Cream Month and National Ice Cream Day is July 19, we wanted to share with you a few brands that are sure to keep you cool this summer. Our personal favorite is Magnum, but go ahead and try them all!

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Across the portfolio – which includes Breyers, Good Humor, Klondike, MAGNUM Ice Cream , Fruttare and Popsicle – Unilever Ice Cream has launched 16 new varieties in 2015, including:

–          MAGNUM Double Peanut Butter (includes chocolate)

–          Breyers Gelato Indulgences Triple Chocolate, Chocolate Caramel and Chocolate Truffle

–          Klondike Cookie Dough Swirl

Another fun ice cream-centric product in honor of National Ice Cream Month is the BCBGMAXAZRIA for MAGNUM Belgian Chocolate Wrap. MAGNUM Ice Cream and BCBGMAXAZRIA recently debuted a fashion wrap infused with the aroma of MAGNUM Belgian Chocolate using the latest in scent technology. The wrap will be available from July 23-26 as a gift with purchase in select BCBGMAXAZRIA stores and online at (while supplies last).


Also, introducing…. Halo Top Ice Cream!

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In preparation for the warmer, summer month’s Halo Top Creamery – a 100% natural, preservative-free, light ice cream – has decided to expand its flavor profile (which originally consisted of Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, and Lemon Cake) to include not just one but three more heavenly flavors!

Mint Chip: Made with natural mint and delicious chocolate microchips! (240 Calories/Pint)

Chocolate Mocha Chip: Delicious mocha paired with decadent white chocolate chips! (240 Calories /Pint)

Birthday Cake: Filled with rainbow colored sprinkles, this delicious creation gives reason to celebrate! (280 Calories/Pint)

Only 60-80 calories per serving, each flavor is made completely free of artificial sweeteners, synthetic growth hormones and cheap corn syrup. They also contain 7 grams of protein (hello, protein shakes) and 4 grams of fiber, sugar and net carbs! Halo Top is also completely free of GMO’s, gluten, trans fat and gelatin – making them all vegetarian friendly).







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