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Nick’s brings single-pint tubs of healthy ice cream to Sweden in six flavors

nicks pint ice cream in sweden

While in the US, the functional brand Nick’s has had pints of its healthy, no added sugar ice cream available for some time, that’s not been the case in its home country of Sweden. Previously, Nick’s only had a much larger size of ice cream on the market with 850ml containers, which is not too far off double a single pint tub, and that’s certainly not a bad thing.

This week’s the delicious and creative company has finally brought one-pint tubs of ice cream to Sweden, and with a lineup of flavors that’s slightly different from its original 850ml containers. Nick’s has launched the product’s smaller size in six options in Chocolate, Cookies Dough, Vanilla Bean, Cookies & Cream, Chocolate Brownie, and Sea Salt Caramel.

As well as the size and flavors being slightly different, the ice cream inside Nick’s pints is also not the same. The frozen dessert is made with a different set of ingredients, although the nutrition profile it produces is in fact, leaner than the 850mls. The Chocolate flavor of the pint-size ice cream packs about 18.9g of protein per tub, 11.8g of fat, 42g of carbohydrates with only 14g of that sugar, and 292 calories.

Those macros mentioned, do vary across each of Nick’s six flavors of the new single-pint ice cream, getting as low as 17.5g of protein for 275 calories and as high as 20.8g for 349 calories. The family of smaller sized healthy ice cream is expected to be hitting all of the functional brand’s usual stores and stockists in its home country of Sweden, sometime soon.

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