Swedish Glace Re-Launches

swedish1.jpgSwedish Glace, the non-dairy frozen dessert from Fayrefield Foods, has a striking new look, delicious improved tastes and an exciting new variety – just in time for the summer. With its rich, creamy taste and smooth texture, Swedish Glace has already proved a big hit as the perfect non-dairy alternative to ice cream. It is used as an accompaniment to fruit and other puddings or as a centre piece for delicious desserts.

New Swedish Glace continues to be made from an exclusive blend of soya and vegetable oils. It is free from cholesterol, gluten, all animal ingredients and genetic modification, making it ideal for people who are looking to change their lifestyle, are lactose or gluten intolerant, vegetarians, vegans or those simply looking for something new and different. It is a product of the highest quality and Kosher approved.

The mouth-watering new Swedish Glace range comprises Smooth Vanilla, Rich Chocolate, Juicy Raspberry and introducing Wild Blueberry. Boasting delectable ingredients including real Madagascan vanilla pods, more crushed cocoa beans and wild blueberries from Northern Sweden, it has an even silkier texture than before. Indeed, taste tests have shown a marked preference for the new range.Chris Swire, Marketing Director at Fayrefield Foods Ltd., comments: “Consumers are increasingly demanding better quality and more choice in their diets whilst retaining an intrinsic penchant for tasty, indulgent products. This new, improved Swedish Glace range boasts all the luxury you would expect of a premium dessert, yet offers much more in terms of dietary requirements.

It was a ‘best-kept’ secret amongst vegetarians and vegans for years, but the word has been spreading and we’re sure even more consumers are going to love our new range and make it their first choice!”The new range of Swedish Glace will reach the shelves of all major supermarkets and quality independent health stores during April and May.

Prices start at £1.99 for the 750ml tub.
For more information, go to www.swedishglace.com