This month, German dairy manufacturer Kissyo is launching its strawberry yoghurt ice cream with a crunchy cocoa topping.
The organic product, comprised of yoghurt, strawberry pieces, and a chocolate coating, contains just 87 calories per serving. It joins Kissyo’s raspberry, mango and passion fruit range.
The firm has been manufacturing ‘carbon-neutral’ ice cream since 2018. “Climate change and its consequences affect us all,” wrote Kissyo in a statement.
“With natureOffice, we have set up an experienced partner in the field of climate protection and climate-neutral production. natureOffice calculated the carbon footprint of all Kissyo products, taking into account the individual steps of the entire product life cycle. We will voluntarily compensate for the amount of CO2 calculated in this way…”
A single carton contains 325 ml of yoghurt ice cream and retails for €4.79.