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Continental style from New Forest ice cream

03 August 2010

New Forest Ice Cream says it's offering a continental range of scooping ice cream for operators looking for an easy way to extend the menu with a ready-to-serve dessert

Available in a mix of flavours, from the everyday strawberry, chocolate and vanilla to more interesting options such as Fudge Surprise with Honeycomb; Lemon with white chocolate covered meringue; Apple, Cinnamon and Sultana and Triple Chocolate.

“Our continental range is available in some inspiring flavours, many of which are not available in our dairy line.” Says Christina Veal, director, New Forest Ice Cream. “Many operators therefore pick and mix from across the ranges to create a comprehensive selection of flavours which really impresses customers, especially when they see everything lined up in the freezer cabinet.

“The flavours we offer are very accessible and appeal to consumers of all ages. Served simply, used as a side order to compliment a baked dessert such as fruit pie or used as a basis for a more sophisticated concoction, ice cream remains as popular as ever with consumers. Always topping the nation’s top five fave desserts, ice cream is a versatile menu staple that offers operators a high profit potential which needs minimal skill/preparation from freezer to table.”

New Forest Ice Cream continental range is available in 18 flavours in 4, 4.5 and 10 litre scooping tubs. Alongside a choice of 15 flavours in the Real Dairy ice cream range are eight real fruit sorbets, 120 ml take home tubs, an impulse range plus a mix of cones, wafers sauces and toppings.

Point of sales support includes a bespoke menu service which allows customers to create personalised table top menus featuring their favourite ice cream desserts. Customers can pick and mix from 53 ice cream and sorbet presentations. The menus are available in various formats and sizes, from contemporary through to more traditional designs to complement all interiors. “The menu service has been extremely popular, with one customer increasing dessert sales by an impressive 138% after introducing the menu concept to his pub,” says Christina.

“Because we insist on using only the best ingredients, our ice creams and sorbets are a great dessert choice which not only tastes fantastic but which meet most dietary requirements” says Christina.

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