SPOTTED: Lucky Charms Frozen Dairy Dessert

Lucky Charms Frozen Dairy Dessert

Why is the new Cinnamon Toast Crunch Ice Cream made with light ice cream, while this is made with frozen dairy dessert? I mean, it really doesn’t matter to me because I want to eat both, but that difference seems odd to me since they came out at the same time. (Spotted by Bob K at Giant Eagle.)

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2 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Lucky Charms Frozen Dairy Dessert”

  1. I think the ability to label something as Ice Cream is based on the contents of the entire container.

    If two products share the same base, but one has more mix-ins, it might get knocked down to Frozen Dessert.

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