Halo Top launches three new Canadian pints
By Food in CanadaFood In Canada Products Dairy Specialty Foods Halo Top Creamery
June 24, 2020, Toronto, Ont. – Just in time for National Ice Cream month, Halo Top Creamery has released its first-ever exclusively Canadian pint collection with the launch of Butter Tart, Maple Pecan and Chocolate Honeycomb.
The three new offerings celebrate the nation’s sweet treats and, at less than 360 calories per pint, Canadians can grab a spoon and give’er with nothing to feel sorry about.
The Canadian Halo Top® pints are permanent additions to the company’s collection of dairy and non-dairy pints and bars and are available nationally at Loblaws and associated banner stores, Save-On-Foods, Federated Co-operatives and Metro Ontario.
“We are so excited to build on our collection of pints and bars and offer our Canadian fans a line-up of flavours they can call their own,” said Halo Top brand manager Ryan Roznowski. “Halo Top is known for our unique taste profiles and while we definitely took our inspiration from classic Canadian desserts, we think our fans will really love our irresistible take on them.”
The three flavours from the Canadian line-up include:
- Butter Tart: A buttery caramel frozen dessert base with butter tart filling swirls, pecan bits and pieces of flaky pie crust. At 350 calories and 20 grams of protein per pint, it might be better than Grandma’s.
- Maple Pecan: Pecan, maple syrup and brown sugar flavoured frozen dessert with rich caramel swirls and pieces of crunchy pecan. The treat is 350 calories and 17 grams of protein per pint.
- Chocolate Honeycomb: Honey-flavoured frozen dessert with decadent chocolate fudge swirls and honeycomb nougat pieces. At 330 calories and 17 grms of protein per pint, it’s what all the buzz is about.
Halo Top is also bringing back its seasonal Peaches & Cream. Rolling out for a limited time, this pint is packed with the taste of sweet peaches balanced by a creamy texture at 330 calories and 18 grams of protein per pint.
Halo Top is made in Canada with Canadian dairy.
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