World’s First & Original Avocado Green Tea Ice Cream Made in Singapore
Singapore, Singapore, August 06, 2015 –(PR.com)– The World’s First & Original Avocado Green Tea Ice Cream, made in Singapore, was globally launched by Harvest Prime for charity at the Singapore Red Cross on Sunday 26 July 2015. This is a befitting time for Singapore’s Golden Jubilee celebration. This is one of the few “firsts” for Singapore, the Food Hub of Asia. It demonstrates the creativity and resourcefulness of its citizen.
The R&D for the recipe took over 3 years before the ice cream was finally launched to the market for health discerning consumers.
It is Harvest Prime’s vision that every living being on earth are able to eat the right food with the best nutrition so that they can be healthy and prosperous. The Avocado Green Tea Ice Cream, unlike many foreign branded ice creams in Singapore and elsewhere, is a healthy & luxury frozen dessert – low in sugar and saturated fat. It is made from superior premium ingredients – fresh avocado puree made with the use of high pressure processing (HPP) technology, 100% pure avocado oil from avocados harvested in Michoacán, the cradle of the best avocados in the world and Japanese Green Tea which is known for its many anti-oxidant and anti-cancer properties. It is the “Rolls Royce” of ice creams on the market.
Avocado health benefits are numerous, to help keep hearts, eyes and skin healthy and also to aid in weight management and anti-aging.
All proceeds from the launch at the Charity Event were donated to Singapore Red Cross.
About Harvest Prime
Harvest Prime was founded by Dr. CHEN Deah Chien, trained both at the Harvard School of Public Health and Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, where she obtained the Master in Public Health degree from the latter. Great care was exercised in selecting ingredients to make the ice cream. Harvest Prime’s products embody the goodness & nutritional value of avocado, introduced in an invigorating way.
“Health is Wealth”
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