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Food Choc-Mint Paddle Pops have made a triumphant return to Australia’s freezers

03:12  08 august  2018
03:12  08 august  2018 Source:   techly.com.au

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Paddle Pops have made a triumphant return to Australia ’ s freezers : The art of the ' Australian A Paddle Pop is an ice cream made by Streets (owned by the multi-national company Unilever) and pressure and announced that the iconic Choc - Mint Paw Print Paddle Pop is making a comeback.

‘In a country like Australia where food is readily available I was blown away to learn how many families are struggling to feed their kids,’ said Jules . Streets has yielded to unrelenting pressure and announced that the iconic Choc - Mint Paw Print Paddle Pop is making a comeback.

  Choc-Mint Paddle Pops have made a triumphant return to Australia’s freezers © AAP Image/Mick Tsikas

Streets has yielded to unrelenting pressure and announced that the iconic Choc-Mint Paw Print Paddle Pop is making a comeback.

Just 88 people have “liked” the Facebook page “Bring Back Mint Choc Paddle Pops”, a page whose description reads “Like this page if you would like to see Streets bring back the mint choc Paddle Pop”.

The page seems to have paid off, however, as the Aussie ice-confection company has seen the error of its way in ever taking away this delicious frozen treat.

“Paddle Pop has been loved by Aussies since it was first created in 1953. Bringing back Choc Mint Paw Print gives Aussies the opportunity to have their own blast from the past moments,” Streets marketing manager Scott Mingl said.

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A Paddle Pop is an ice cream made by Streets (owned by the multi-national company Unilever) and sold in Australia , New Zealand and a few other countries.

A Paddle Pop is a milk-based frozen dairy snack made by Streets (owned by the multi-national company Unilever) and sold in Australia , New Zealand and a few other countries. It is held for eating by a wooden stick which protrudes at the base and is known as a Paddle Pop stick (used commonly for

“Paw Print, in particular, has a very special place in many Paddle Pop fans’ hearts and we are thrilled to bring it back for a limited time.”

Blast From The Past ! Streets Have Brought Back The Choc-Mint Paw Print Paddle Pop For A Limited Time Only

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