Make the New Year a ‘magical one’ with new Magic Ice Cream flavours

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In time for the holiday season brimful with celebrations, and special meals deserving special touches, Magic Ice Cream announces its Limited Edition Seasonal Ice Cream Flavours.

Magic holiday menu features two seasonal ice creams, Magic Coconut with Jaggery which is inspired by a traditional treat and Magic Divine providing an even more extravagant way to indulge this season. 

Magic Coconut with Jaggery ice cream is made from fresh milk, flavoured with coconut and mixed with Kithul jaggery and desiccated coconut milk. This unique combination is made to bring back the traditional taste of Avurudu for everyone young and old.

Magic Divine is a multi-layered sweet-treat unlike any other in the market. The layers comprise of vanilla and chocolate ice cream and enriched with dark chocolate making it irresistible. It’s an exceptional gourmet experience that goes beyond great taste. The rich sensual texture of Magic Divine gives you an intense, absorbing pleasure that tantalises your taste buds. 

Magic Ice Cream is all about special exciting experiences and the new flavour this season is the ultimate indulgence. It is the perfect balance of smooth and creamy 100% fresh Dairy ice cream and the finest ingredients bringing you an extraordinary ice cream experience. These delicious new products are now waiting for you at your nearest Cargills Food City supermarket.

Cargills Magic has become a household name in Sri Lanka for providing consumers with Premium Dairy Ice Cream that goes beyond just great taste. To date it remains the most innovative brand of ice cream thus making it the No.1 Dairy Ice Cream in Sri Lanka. 

Cargills has over the last two years initiated a Rs. 3.3 billion intensive dairy expansion project while enhancing infrastructure and logistics support to increase the sourcing of fresh milk from small dairy farmers.

It is the largest multi-product dairy processing plant in the country. This expansion in dairy has resulted in the development of a full range of dairy products and this facility is the largest single investment in the development of the local dairy industry made by the private sector in the recent past. 

According to Cargills, this facility is connected to over 15,000 dairy farmers spread across 

Sri Lanka with over 125,000 litres of fresh milk collected every day.  It generates sustainable livelihoods while conserving valuable foreign exchange through the utilisation of 100% local fresh milk for all our ice cream production.