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Oreo launches innovation in ice cream

Oreo Biscuit and ice cream lovers alike will be crumbling at the knees with the launch of the new Oreo Stick Sandwich Cadbury Coated ice cream.

There will be no debate on how to eat this Oreo treat, as the entire Oreo ice cream sandwich is dunked in a layer of Cadbury chocolate cookie that melts in the mouth. In between the delicious Oreo biscuit, lies velvety vanilla ice cream and crushed pieces of Oreo. The product sits on a stick ensuring ease of eat for this super indulgent snack.

Holly Bennett, Brand Manager for Mondelez ice cream in the UK, says, “This is the first-time chocolate lovers in the UK will be able to get their hands-on Cadbury coated Oreo ice cream! The Cadbury Oreo dual branded portfolio is a huge success already in the confectionery aisle. We can’t wait to see this product in freezer baskets across the UK!”.

Oreo Stick Sandwich Cadbury Coated (75g) has a recommended retail price of £1.50 and is available alongside the delightful range of existing Oreo ice creams, which include:

Oreo Ice Cream Sandwich combines a thick layer of vanilla ice cream, and Oreo biscuit pieces, wedged between two unique Oreo ice cream biscuits. (RRP £1.90, 135ml).

Oreo Ice Cream Sticks (RRP £1.90, 110ml) and Oreo Ice Cream Cones fills a delicious Oreo flavoured cone with vanilla ice cream and crushed pieces of Oreo biscuit. (£1.60, 110ml).

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Dietary FAQs

  • Is Oreo suitable for vegetarians?

Yes, our Oreo products are veggie-friendly!

  • Is Oreo suitable for Vegans?

No, Oreo have milk as cross contact and therefore they are not suitable for vegans.

  • Is Oreo gluten free?

Unfortunately, not as we use wheat in the Oreo recipe.

  • Is Oreo nut free?

We do not use nuts within Oreo products, but the product may contain this allergen due to a very small risk of cross contamination.

  • Does Oreo contain soya?

Yes, our Oreo recipe does contain soya

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