First they’re sour, then they’re sweet, and now they’re in the frozen section of the grocery store. Sour Patch Kids “Red, White & Blue” ice cream can be found exclusively at Walmart for $3.48 per tub. The new product is made by Dreyer’s, which is owned by Nestlé, and features lemon sorbet with vanilla ice cream, sour redberry swirls and small blue Sour Patch Kids chunks.
According to spokesperson for Nestlé, the limited-edition tart treat is available at the superstore now until the end of the year.
Separately, J&J Snack Foods has launched new Sour Patch Kids-flavored ice pops at retail and club stores in the U.S. and Canada. The “sour then sweet” frozen goodies are available in variety packs that feature blue raspberry, lemon, lime, orange, and redberry. A 12-pack will set you back $2.50 to $3.50, and a 30-pack has a recommended retail price of $5.99 to $7.99.
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