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Soak in creamy deliciousness of Naturals Ice cream’s Sitaphal this monsoon
Saturday, 31 July, 2021, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Just when we felt the enthusiasm and excitement dying down as we bid adieu to Alphonso mangoes in summer, there’s more reason to cheer up. India’s most loved artisanal ice cream brand Naturals Ice cream is delighted to bring back the Sitaphal flavour for all the ice cream lovers to soak in its sweet, creamy deliciousness this season.

Blending on the concept of ‘FarmToScoop’, the sitaphals used in the ice cream are ethically and locally sourced from the farms of Saswad, the hotspot for custard-apple cultivation in Maharashtra. And the mission is to bring back seasonal flavours in demand and match with nature's offerings to Taste the Original. Just like they procure fresh fruits for other flavours from trusted sources, sitaphal ice cream too is churned with fresh fruits, milk, and sugar.

The ice creams retain the succinct zest of natural flavours by not adding any artificial flavours or preservatives into the making. As the gentle pitter-patters of monsoon call for fresh spoonsful of Sitaphal ice cream, the seasonal special flavour is on offer for a limited period of time.

The seasonal special is available in single scoop, double scoop, mini pack (300gm) & family pack (500gm). A pioneer in the artisanal, natural ice creams, they follow the strictest health standards that are observed at every stage, giving patrons a no-compromise access to their seasonal delights.

“The idea is to go vocal for local in all aspects. So, we always target the villages producing the highest quality, fresh fruits for sourcing ethically cultivated homegrown produce. Also, over the period of time, we have forgotten what fruits we get in which season. Hence, the aim is to promote seasonal varieties to relish the tastes of nature,” says Siddhanth Kamath, director, Naturals Ice cream.
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