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    Omega 3 Fortified Ice Cream Line

    19 April 2017
    Northern Ireland based Ice Cream Treats is set to introduce Yomega3, a line of omega 3 fortified Greek style frozen yogurts. The products are offered in three varieties: Mango, Vanilla and Raspberry and offer the RDA for omega 3 and vitamin D in a 65g portion, through the use of an omega 3 ingredient from Paradox. The products are also rich in vitamin D and therefore provide a great option for young children and seniors, who need to increase their intake and may not always want to go for pills for supplementation.

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