Dreamland Creamery introduces light ice cream
The product has 50% less sugar than regular ice cream.
New York-based Dreamland Creamery said it introduced Dreamland Creamery light ice cream to Chicago- and Portland, Ore.-based retailers in March. The product is a better-for-you light ice cream with 50% less sugar than regular ice cream and 8 grams of protein, which is as much as a glass of milk.
Dreamland Creamery said its light ice cream starts with rich milk that is gently filtered to concentrate protein while reducing sugars. It is made with no artificial flavors or colors and comes in four flavors, including Vanilla, Chocolate Chocolate Chip, Cookies & Cream and Peanut Butter Chocolate Swirl.
"We're excited to officially bring Dreamland Creamery to the amazing cities of Chicago and Portland this March. It has been a dream of ours to create a delicious, perfectly crafted light ice cream that families can feel good about enjoying without sacrificing taste," said Meg Sutula, marketing manager for Dreamland Creamery. "With Dreamland Creamery's mindfully crafted flavors and ingredients, we like to think that one spoonful is all you'll need to discover that 50% less sugar can taste this delicious.”