Popular Ice Cream Brand Announces New Ice Cream Bars and Flavours Coming to Mississauga Soon
If you are a fan of ice cream in Mississauga, this may interest you!
Halo Top Creamery recently announced its new range of snackable ice cream bars. Like most Halo Top ice creams, there are only 80-90 calories and 7-9 grams of sugar per bar.
The brand’s latest product is coming to Canada following a successful launch in the U.S. earlier this year.
The company claims: “it’s the same Halo Top that fans know and love, now with 100% more stick!”
“We heard our Canadian fans loud and clear since we launched these bars in the U.S. earlier this year,” said Doug Bouton, the President & COO of Halo Top Creamery. “We’re thrilled to bring the bars to our Canadian fans before the summer ends and can’t wait to hear what they think!”
Halo Top bars will be sold in packs of four and will be available mid-August in retailers across the country including Loblaws Market, Loblaws Discount, Fortinos, Metro Ontario, Save on Foods and Federated Co-op.
The new bars are available in four flavours:
- Strawberry Cheesecake
- Birthday Cake
- Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
- Mint Chip
Introducing HALO TOP BARS to Canada! The same Halo Top you know and love, now with 100% more stick! Available in four delicious flavours and perfect for summertime snacking Link in bio for more info! #halotopcanada #halotopbars #halotopca #raisingthebar #letssticktogether #gettingstickywithit
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Halo Top was well-received when it first launched across the country, so the bars are expected to be a success as well.
You can find out more about Halo Top here.
Will you be trying these new bars of flavours?
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