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Streets’ Paddle Pop Twister Mini makes its Australian debut

Streets' Paddle Pop Twister Mini makes its Australian debut
(Source: Supplied. Edited in Canva by Kaycee Enervaa)

Streets UK’s best-selling frozen dessert, Paddle Pop Twister Mini, has made its debut in Australia.

First launched in 1984, the frozen treat combines fruity swirls of pineapple, strawberry lemon and lime alongside a velvety, plant-based creamy ice wrap around a juicy and refreshing icy core.

Streets said that though the latest addition to the Paddle Pop family may seem similar to the classic all-ice treat, Streets Cyclone, it is entirely different. 

The novelty of Twister Mini lies in the combination of textures of water ice and plant-based cream, each melting at different speeds to create a fun eating experience.

Moreover, the dessert is made with real fruit juice and plant-based ingredients with no artificial colours or flavours, and is just 39 calories per serving.

Juliette Flemming, brand manager for Unilever, the parent company of Streets, said the brand has been trying to launch Twister Mini in the country for years. 

“We’re so excited that Aussies can finally get their hands on the refreshing snack. Get ready to be blown away!” 

Paddle Pop Twister Mini is available for an RRP of $9 for a pack of six in Woolworths, Coles, IGA, Ritches, and Drak & Romeos stores nationwide.

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