It’s been decades but British ice cream brand, Viennetta, is making its return to the United States.
Thirty years ago, Viennetta ice cream left stores in the U.S. while still being a popular dessert in the U.K. But now, more than 30 years later, Viennetta is making a comeback. As a part of a list of “25 New Frozen Treats for 2021, Vienetta ice cream creator, Wall, announced this week that the frozen treats will be returning to the States.
“Fans have clamored for Viennetta’s return for almost 30 years, and in 2021, Good Humor grants their wish,” Unilever explained, before boasting that the ice cream cake “can make any day a celebration and is great for all special occasions: birthdays, holidays, BBQs, parties, or an after-dinner treat!”
The ice cream desserts come in vanilla and mint flavors. Food & Wine reports that it is likely that the company will launch the comeback line under Good Humor, and start the country off with a standard 650-milliliter vanilla version. The rollout is expected to launch this month at the price now $5.49.
Viennetta made its debut in the U.S. back in the 90s under the Breyers brand, but it was discontinued in the 1990s. However, it continued on in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
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