Putting a modern twist on this iconic sweet treat, Sweety Ice Cream is securing its spot on freezer shelves. The traditional, family-developed ice cream uses fresh, innovative flavors and makes mochi accessible to retailers nationwide.
According to a release, the authentic mochi ice cream uses farm-fresh California milk bundled into pillowy soft rice dough made from GMO-free, sweet rice flour from the oldest rice farm in California. The family-owned and operated brand comes in traditional Asian flavors with a Southern California twist.
Shoppers—this writer especially—will be delighted to see eight delectable flavors: Simply Strawberry, Matcha Green Tea, Azuki Red Bean, Vietnamese Coffee, Madagascar Vanilla, Classic Chocolate, Alphonso Mango, and Ube Purple Yam.
The Sweety story begins in 1978 in Monterey Park, California in the Lee family’s mom-and-pop ice cream parlor. After three decades of being covered in sweet rice flour and gooey dough in their family kitchens, the Sweety mochi recipe on shelves today is pretty close to perfect.
With a commitment to sourcing the highest quality, primarily local ingredients and crafting the best-tasting, most original mochi ice cream on the market, Sweety believes every bite of mochi should count.
Each box comes with six pieces for $5.99 per box and is available to purchase at national retailers including Walmart.
Keep an eye out for trending products hitting the spotlight.