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"Laima" ice cream with black balsam and chocolate icing to be company's national ice cream

07.09.2011

Joint-stock confectionery "Laima" has announced that the ice cream recipe with black balsam and icing ice has received the most votes and will be the company's national ice cream.

Joint-stock confectionery "Laima" has announced that the ice cream recipe with black balsam and icing ice has received the most votes and will be the company's national ice cream.

The vote on the company's website and in social media has concluded. "Laima's" ice cream with black balsam and chocolate icing was recognized as the most suited to become the company's national ice cream. "Laima's" technologists are currently working on the development of the new ice cream and the company plans that its production will begin already in the near future, said "Laima" representative Rita Voronkova.

As reported, in July "Laima" announced a vote on the country's national ice cream recipe, offering 16 different recipes to choose from. The final contenders were: "Laima's" ice cream with black balsam and chocolate icing, "Cielavina" cake-type ice cream and ice cream with cranberries and cream layered in national colors.

This summer, "Laima" also started producing ice cream with chocolate bits in dark chocolate, "Vaverite" hazelnut ice cream in milk chocolate and "Serenade" ice cream with apricot filling and hazelnuts in dark chocolate for the Estonian ice cream, fish and frozen food products concern "Premia Foods".

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