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Nestle’s Drumsticks Ice Cream Cones Under Fire After Consumer’s Realize They Don’t Melt

by Jacob M. Thompson


Food giant Nestle’s popular Drumsticks ice cream cones have undergone a bit of controversy in recent weeks, after a number of people online discovered that the dessert item does not melt.

A social media trend began to go viral where a number of customers posted videos of their Drumsticks not melting, after leaving them out overnight. The users noted that the consistency while a bit softer was still clumpy and firm, and not a puddle as to be expected.

According to Nestle’s website, Drumsticks contain the following ingredients:

Modified milk ingredients, sugar, milk ingredient, roasted peanuts, wheat flour, coconut, palm and soybean oils, chocolatey coating (coconut oil, modified palm oil, sugar, cocoa, modified milk ingredient, milk, unsweetened chocolate, flavour, soy lecithin), glucose, modified palm oil, cocoa, mono- and diglycerides, soy lecithin, salt, cellulose gum, carob bean gum, carrageenan, colour, flavour and artificial flavour. May contain tree nuts.

But the company claims as one of its “benefits” is that contains “no artificial colours, prepared from natural sources.”

Another user has pointed out that the fine print on the packages calls the product something other than just typical ice cream. “Read the box closely and you will find it’s not ice cream. It’s ‘frozen desert,’” explained a user…


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