Anyone ever emailed for information about shared lines from Popsicle Brand ice pops? My DS has eaten them and never had a problem but I'd like to try their Fudgsicles as well.
By Felica Goding on Jul 25, 2011
I emailed Unilever about Popsicle Brand ice pops. Below is the email I received when I asked about shared lines and ingredients of Popsicles and Fudgsicles. What do you all think?
"Thank you for writing us regarding Popsicle . Many factors are considered during the development of our food products including taste, texture, nutritional value, the ability to retain flavor and quality, as well as consumer convenience in use and preparation. We use only those ingredients needed to provide the desired flavor, appearance, consistency and nutritional value to our products, and then to maintain those qualities during storage and use.
In order to produce good-tasting foods, we also make use of latest research to select ingredients that provide these desired qualities. Our research staff continues to review existing products and develop new ones. The natural flavorings and spices not listed on the package are part of our formulation which makes our products unique. These are proprietary and cannot be shared.
Our products are formulated for use by the majority of consumers and not specifically for those on restricted diets. If you cannot determine whether or not the product contains the ingredient in question, or if you feel uncomfortable about the ingredients used in our products, it is our recommendation that you do not use them.
We apologize that we cannot provide further information and we will certainly forward your comments to the appropriate staff."
By cervonil on Jul 26, 2011
I avoid Unilever.