August 19, 2017

Kanazawa: Ice Cream that Doesn't Melt

Imagine enjoying a popsicle that doesn't melt all over your hand and create a sticky mess. Well, in Japan,the Biotherapy Development Research Center Co. in Kanazawa invented pops known as the "not melting Popsicles," and are now sold under the name Kanazawa Ice.

The Popsicles are apparently incredibly heat-resistant, and can even stand up to an air dryer for at least five minutes without melting at all. They're sold for about 500 yen ($4.50 US) each, and can be found in Osaka, Tokyo, and other outlets.



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