Retro Sweet Flavour Ice Creams Coming To Iceland
Luckily for us, Iceland got the memo and are soon launching a brand new range of ice creams and lollies based on our favourite childhood sweets.
Yes, the supermarket has teams up with Barratt - the home to loads of nostalgic sweetie faves - for the new range of frozen treats.
"Remember the days of heading to the corner shop to get yourself a 20p mix filled with goodies from our friends Barratt Sweets?," Iceland says. "Well, now you can relive those days thanks to our exclusive new range of ice creams and lollies!"
The range includes ice cream reincarnations of Flumps, the nation's much-loved marshmallow, liquorice-flavoured Black Jacks and raspberry and pineapple Fruit Salad, inspired by the chews.
There's also a Dib Dab ice lolly inspired by the lollipop that comes with actual sherbet sachet to dip in! This is will be a delicious nostalgia trip.
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Sally Bennett, Iceland's Senior Buyer for Ice Cream and Dessert said: "We are really excited to exclusively launch the Barrett's brand into our Ice Cream range this summer.
"They are a welcome addition to differentiate the Iceland offer from the rest of the market and truly believe that the taste of the classic flavours of Fruit Salad and Black Jack will make our customers smile."
The Black Jack ice cream lollies cost £2.50 for a pack of four, as do the Dip Dab ice lollies with a sachet of sherbet. The Fruit Salad ice lollies are slightly cheaper at £2.20 for a pack of four.
The Flump ice cream lollies will set you back £2.50 for a pack of six, while the Wham ice cream tub costs £2.50, too.
The retro range of ice creams and lollies are available in store and online from 20th April.
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