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Icefresh Foods teams with B&M and Heron Foods on L.O.L. Surprise ice cream cones

B&M and Heron Foods stores have launched their first ever L.O.L. Surprise ice cream range, courtesy of Icefresh Foods.

The 12-pack of strawberry and vanilla ice cream mini cones inspired by the MGA Entertainment property launched in stores earlier this month.

The treats feature pink cones, strawberry sauce and cute decorations, with Icefresh brand manager, Lucy Wright believing they are perfect for the upcoming party season.

“We are extremely excited to be launching the L.O.L. Ice Cream Mini Cones this party season,” Lucy commented. “L.O.L. Surprise is a huge, global sensation and it’s no wonder with all the new brand collaborations and releases this year.

“It truly is an exciting time for all L.O.L. fans and we cannot wait to see our products being enjoyed by all the family.”

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