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YoPRO High-Protein Ice Cream Sticks Won’t Undo Your Hard Work

YoPRO is expanding on its range of yogurts and nut protein bars with a new ice cream-style dessert ideal for anyone chasing a healthy treat. Launching in Mint Chocolate and Salted Caramel flavours, the YoPRO ice creams are available now in 4-packs. You can find them in the freezer section of your local supermarket chain.

Described as an indulgent treat that won’t undo your good work, YoPRO’s ice cream-style desserts contains all-natural ingredients and zero sugar or artificial sweeteners. Expect 10g protein and less than 110 calories per serve. The ice cream-style treats serve as a deliciously creamy frozen dessert and that’s all we really want from life, yeah?

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Discussing the new products, YoPRO Brand Manager, Xavier Gonzalez said: “Consumers no longer have to make a compromise on their health and fitness while giving in to their sweet tooth cravings.”

“We’re hoping the new indulgent flavours will encourage health-conscious consumers to treat themselves more often and tempt existing ice cream lovers to switch to a healthier protein-packed option.”

YoPRO Ice Cream-style Dessert Sticks launched Australia-wide May 27, so you shouldn’t have any trouble picking up a 4-pack of Mint Chocolate and Salted Caramel on your next grocery run.

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