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chocolate raspberry. Each
have a gooey chocolate and/or
chocolate fruit centre, so you
can treat yourself and a friend,
if you can share!”
“Joshua’s Ice Cream is the
finest New Zealand ice
cream, hand crafted for pure
enjoyment. We put taste
and quality first, combining
traditional methods with carefully selected ingredients, grown or
produced in New Zealand,” says Owner Joshua Jones.
Joshua’s Ice Cream currently has 500ml tubs (RRP $7.99)
available in a range of flavours across New Zealand supermarkets.
Jones explains: “Our Butterscotch Fudge is hand crafted butterscotch
ice cream with scatterings of house made butterscotch fudge pieces.
“Extremely Chocolatey is made with New Zealand’s finest dark
chocolate, hand crafted chocolate truffles and milk chocolate flakes.
“Golden syrup ice cream with generous nuggets of our very own
hokey pokey pieces makes up our Golden Hokey Pokey Ice Cream.
“We use freshly squeezed Hawkes Bay lemons and our Grandma’s
legendary recipe for our Lemon Curd Ice Cream.
“Passionfruit Pavlova is our take on a Kiwi classic, combining tangy
Katikati grown passionfruit and fluffy meringue with smooth, creamy
“And lastly our smooth and velvety Black Doris Plum Sorbet is a
dairy-free option hand crafted from sunny Hawke’s Bay grown black
He adds: “In the last 12 months we have successfully launched our
Joshua’s Ice Cream Choc Tops (RRP $5.99) – a hand crafted take on a Kiwi
classic. Our own delicious ice cream flavours are scooped onto a waffle
cone and hand dipped in Whittaker’s Chocolate – just like at the movies.
“As we are all becoming more aware of what’s in our food, Kiwi
consumers have been looking deeper into how and where their food is
made – favouring natural, hand crafted food that supports local producers
which is exactly what our ice cream aims to celebrate,” he says.
Oob owners, Robert and Shannon Auton believe there is a place for
quality organic products in a competitive food market, where quality,
taste and health are important to the consumer. Oob currently stocks
certified organic ice cream and sorbet in New Zealand supermarkets.
In the last 12 months, oob have launched new flavours to include
Double Chocolate (850ml), and Licorice 470ml) ice cream.
The Autons say: “Oob ice cream has had an overall increase of
51%, with the oob 120ml up by 149%, 470ml up 15%, and 850ml
up 69%. This success is largely from the growing consumer trend
towards organic food and is a simple step toward a healthier and more
delicious way of life. All oob ice creams and sorbets are Asurequality
Carrello Del Gelato
Carrello Del Gelato is available in selected New World, Nosh, Moore
Wilsons & Fresh Choice supermarkets throughout New Zealand.
CEO Nathan Meyer says: “We are proud to be the most innovative
and experimental retail gelato brand in the country, having just won
the Innovative Product award for Visa Wellington on a Plate. Striving
to recreate the way gelato and sorbetto is made, we work with whole,
fresh ingredients that we source from the finest suppliers.
“At the NZ Ice Cream awards this year our Raspberry sorbetto took
out the prestigious Best in Category award, following up on last year’s
Best in Category award win. We were also awarded ten other awards
in both gold and silver categories.
“Our new Gelato Cookies - Indulgent Carrello Gelato sandwiched
between beautiful cookies, available in a variety of flavour
combinations - have proven to be a hit and are now in high demand,”
“Mr Pops Ice blocks are our latest product. A luxury product, our
chocolate ice block has been named as a finalist in the NZ Food
Awards, in the Indulgent award category.”
Total Supermarkets - CURRENT MAT to 9 August 2015
T. Total Ice Cream
T. Ice Cream - Take Home Standard
T. Ice Cream - Family Packs
T. Ice Cream - Take Home Premium
T. Ice Cream - Novelty/Singles
T. Frozen Yoghurt - Take Home
T. Total Frozen Desserts Party
T. Frozen Dairy Desserts
T. Frozen Pastry Desserts
T. Frozen/Chilled Cakes
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