A new wave of seasonal products from the Dairy Queen of Canada is on the way
In a city that’s known for its abundance of dairy products — with restaurants such as the iconic Cafe du Parc and the now-defunct Bistro Lafitelli filling the void — one of Canada’s biggest dairy brands has been steadily making its way to market.
The move is a sign of hope for some of the nation’s dairy producers, as the company has been struggling with a downturn in the market and is still in talks with the government about what a possible takeover of the business could look like.
The Dairy Queen has been in business since 1982, when it began selling milk to dairy farmers and retailers across the country.
Now, with the introduction of its new frozen dairy product, Dairy Queen Signature Signature Frozen Milk, it will be making its debut on grocery shelves nationwide on Thursday.
The company has made a few big announcements in recent years, with CEO Greg Weston declaring that the dairy industry will grow by 80 per cent by 2030.
Weston said at the time that Canada’s population will double in the next 30 years and the country will become more carbon neutral by 2050.
The announcement has sparked a number of questions, including what exactly is Dairy Queen’s signature frozen milk?
And what exactly does it taste like?
Here’s what we know about the Dairy Princess Signature Frozen milk:It comes in three flavors: Vanilla, Hazelnut and Chocolate.
The vanilla flavor is called Signature Vanilla and the Hazelnut flavor is named after the chocolate flavor.
The chocolate flavor is also called Dairy Queen Chocolate and the vanilla is called Dairy Princess Vanilla.
When the new milk is released on grocery stores and in restaurants across the province, it’s also expected to be sold in other cities, such as Toronto and Montreal.
It comes with a $35.95 price tag.