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Vegetable flavored ice cream, a parent's new friend?

By Larry Seely     Apr 26, 2014 in Food
The latest in food news could be a blessing to parents or just another fad that quickly moves on without much commotion. Häagen-Dazs of Japan is about to release a couple new vegetable flavored ice creams, carrot and tomato.
Both of these new products will be available in May for around $3.00 and could change the way parents go about introducing veggies to youngsters. The new ice cream has about half the fat of normal Häagen-Dazs flavors and combines a sweet sensation with vegetable.
The tomato ice cream is infused with cherry, while the carrot has a hint of orange, making both not only sweet, but also a great alternative for parents trying to get their kids to try new foods.
The new 'Spoon Vege' line could takeoff and become the next big buzz in the food industry, but the idea of mixing one of life's best treats with something most kids hate is an interesting idea and one that could backfire on the company.
Häagen-Dazs is running a promotion on Facebook that will give 100 lucky people from Japan the chance to try eight cups of the new ice cream and according to reports, the social media campaign is going stronger then anticipated, leaving many to wonder what's next, maybe broccoli with a hint of chocolate?
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