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Peaches and milk, one of four dleightful Fruttare flavors. Photo courtesy Unilever..


If you’re a fan of Creamsicles, you know the unique combination of creamy ice cream and fruity sorbet.

Creamsicles debuted in California in 1923. A mere 90 years later, there’s another creamy frozen treat that combines ice pop and milk: Fruttare bars.

Created in Europe by Unilever, they’ve arrived in the U.S., and they deserve your attention.

A distant cousin of the Creamsicle concept—which is a vanilla ice cream bar coated with orange sherbet—Fruttare bars are a blend of fruit juice (the base of ice pops and sherbet) and fresh milk. Chunks of fruit add texture and bursts of flavor.

The initial flavors include:

  • Banana and Milk
  • Coconut and Milk
  • Peach and Milk
  • Strawberry and Milk
    The line also includes Fruttare Fruit and Juice Bars (no dairy), conventional frozen fruit bars in Lime, Mango, Orange and Strawberry. They are also delightful, but slightly less awesome than the fruit and milk bars.

    Fruttare bars, available at retailers nationwide, are certified kosher by KOF-K.

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