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Croatian Company Wins Most Innovative Ice Cream In The World Award In New Zealand

Croatian Ice Cream company Ledo has been awarded the Most Innovative Ice Cream in the World Award for its “Hot Love” ice cream at the International Ice Cream Consortium (IICC) in Auckland, New Zealand.

Ledo’s Marketing Director Davorin Simunic collected the award and said that Ledo’s “Hot Love” ice cream is a special mix of vanilla ice cream and hot chocolate or cherry topping, and is designed to be eaten in both summer and winter.

The innovation of “Hot Love” is in the unique mix of cold ice cream and hot topping, which is required to be microwaved. Ice cream producers from all over the world are in contention for the annual awards handed out by IICC.

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