For many recent years after the fall of communism, Russia has been known to export war machines but the world has now started tasting Russian ice crème.
Russian ice crème is now selling in Africa and is signaling the aggressive return of Far East giant onto the international market.
The yummy product with natural ingredients is just the same as that supplied to the Kremlin in Russia.
Russian ice cream producer Iceberry has reportedly shipped about 75 tons of the cool treat to Ivory Coast (Cote d’Ivoire) and Senegal. Iceberry is one of Russia’s time-honored brands.
The company’s production line is located in Vologda, Russia known for its traditions of dairy farming and reportedly produces some 30 tons of ice-cream per day.
According to Iceberry, foreign customers are highly attracted to its products due to its use of natural ingredients, as well as its quality-to-price ratio.
The manufacturer says the basic ingredients are purchased from local agricultural producers.