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New: Ketchup-flavored popsicle, and even vegan | Israel today


An American brand, for which this is not the first time he has experienced popsicles in surprising flavors, has launched a new and surprising product in a limited edition • It also has added value: for every popsicle sold, hot meals will be donated to the needy

Exciting news for ketchup lovers: The North American sauce brand French, which is owned by the spice company McCormick (whose products are also available in Israel), is launching a limited edition of summer glaciers flavored with the beloved tomato dip.

Meet the French'sicle, which is produced in collaboration with the Canadian vegan popsicle company Happy Pops and is made from local, fresh and juicy tomatoes with the addition of organic sugar.

The companies describe the taste of the Canadian ketchup glacier as "refreshing, tomato, salty and sweet."

Do you have the courage to taste?

It will not be easy, as the glaciers are distributed for free today (Thursday) and tomorrow only in the Canadian cities of Vancouver, Toronto and Limington (known, in case you did not know, as the "tomato capital of Canada"), so it is advisable to look for flights as early as yesterday.

However, since Canadians are known to be avid ketchup lovers, as in a survey conducted by French's, 79 percent of respondents testified that they like the dip, it is not certain that you will have anything left to lick even if you arrive on time.

Ketchup popsicle, Photo: PR

Anyway, for that a ketchup glacier that will be handed out as a gift, French's will donate two hot meals to the needy, so this is a welcome and positive social project, and not just a pointless marketing gimmick.

And speaking of gimmicks, this is not the first time the company has launched special quirky products in its sauce flavors: in 2019 French's served ice cream, beer and mustard-flavored sausage rolls, so the tomato improvisations are definitely in good company.

Indeed, we assume that it is not recommended to melt over the schnitzel and chips.

There is a limit.

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Source: israelhayom

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