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Myprotein to launch new range of high-protein ice cream
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13 June 2023

Myprotein to launch new range of high-protein ice cream

Myprotein is set to launch a new range of high-protein ice cream flavours in the UK, available exclusively at Iceland and The Food Warehouse stores. Myprotein ice cream is available in three flavours: Vanilla, which features 99 calories and 10.9g of protein; chocolate, includes 103 calories and 10.5g of protein; and salted caramel, contains 106 calories and 10g of protein per 1/3 tub. A spokesperson for Myprotein said: “It was a matter of time before we expanded our range to include a sweet, nutritional item to the menu in collaboration with Iceland”. The desserts will be available for £4.00 per 550ml tub from 27 June at Iceland and The Food Warehouse stores.

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