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OOB Macadamia Nut and Honey Ice Cream

OOB is pleased to add yet another delicious flavour to their organic ice cream range – Macadamia Nut & Honey ice cream. Packed with natural ingredients and organic goodness, it is truly a sensational treat.

The organic honey is from the foothills of the Southern Alps and the organic macadamia nuts are from Kumeu in Auckland. All blended in a balance to a give a pleasurable eating experience.

Honey and Macadamia is available in family-sized tubs or 125 ml pottles with a spoon (the perfect indulgence for one).

Available at speciality stores and selected New World Supermarkets.

To find out more about OOB’s locally made organic ice cream range, visit


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