Tip Top adds three new delicious flavours to their award winning Yoghurt Ice Cream range

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Following the runaway success of their Creamy Yoghurt Ice Cream range, Tip Top have added three new flavours to the 97 percent fat-free line-up; Blueberry, Apricot and Luscious Lemon.

The new flavours bolster the range which already includes Strawberry and PassionfruitCreamy Yoghurt Ice Cream, winners of gold and silver medals at the 2011 New Zealand Ice Cream Awards, respectively.


Blueberry is a refreshing blend of creamy blueberry yoghurt ice cream with enticing blueberries throughout; while Apricot combines a delicious apricot ripple swirled through creamy apricot yogurt ice cream. Luscious Lemon is sure to delight with lemon yoghurt ice cream and a luxurious lemon curd ripple.  Like all Tip Top products, these flavours are proudly made in New Zealand with fresh milk and real ingredients.


“We are delighted to add the three new flavours to our Yoghurt Ice Cream range. Adults love fruity flavours of ice cream and we now have a total of five flavours in the range for them to enjoy,” says Fiona Hyland, General Manager of Marketing and Innovation.


“We strive to provide New Zealanders with dessert options that taste great but can be surprisingly guilt-free. These new flavours are low in fat but still have that lovely creamy taste we all expect from Tip Top.”


The new additions will be available in-store from September 19 and have an RRP of $7.29 for a 1.6L tub.


During October and November Tip Top will be sampling these new flavours in supermarkets nationwide to give Kiwis their first taste of summer.  There is also a great tasting summer dessert recipe, featuring apricot yoghurt ice-cream, in an upcoming ‘Food in a Minute’ episode that airs from October 31st.



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  1. Hi – I live in the Bay of Plenty and we love your apricot yoghurt icecream. However, in the past 6 months or so it has disappeared. I have been to many Countdown (Te Puke, Bayfair, Tauranga) supermarkets to try and find with no luck. Where can I get this – my friends love this icecream too so it was not from a lack of demand…