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This Is the Healthy Ice Cream You Can Eat for the Rest of the Year

It's healthy!
IMAGE Kaffea's Facebook page
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Kaffea, the award-winning local coffee brand, has been steadily attracting fans for the smooth and rich flavor of its coffee blend. Among its fans is Yoli Nubla Cedran, the Fruits in Ice Cream owner who suggested a partnership that will appeal to all of us right now: healthy Kaffea Ice Cream.

In this team-up, FIC made sure to incorporate not only Kaffea’s distinct flavor, but also the many benefits of the 10-in-1 coffee. The Kaffea Ice Cream, sweetened with coco sugar, is sugar free and has a low-glycemic index.

It also boasts of collagen and L-carnitine. Remember L-carnitine? It’s the popular weight loss supplement.

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While you can think of Kaffea Ice Cream as sort of a diet food, its flavor doesn’t leave you wanting. The creaminess of coffee translates well as a frozen dessert. It also reminds you of the cold mocha drinks of old that they just don’t make anymore.

Kaffea ice cream is available at Kaffea booths and FIC outlets. For more information, follow Kaffea on Facebook.

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Sasha Lim Uy
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Sasha eats to live and lives to eat. For five years, she handled SPOT.ph's food section and edited the last two installments of its Top 10 Food books. She also recently participated at the Madrid Fusion Manila as curator.
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