Almost 50% Of Spanish Parents See Ice Cream As An Acceptable Treat For Their Children
According to a study conducted by Frigo (HB) titled, "Habits in Ice Cream Consumption", almost half (49%) of Spanish parents offer ice cream to their children as an occasional snack. The percentage rises among young parents.
Regarding the type of ice cream preferred, dairy-based are the most popular, leading by 74%, while the remaining 26% prefers water based frozen treats.
Spanish parents are concerned with the nutritional facts of the ice cream, and 74% considers that ice cream is acceptable, as part of a balanced diet, as long as it adheres to nutritional standards.
In consideration of health, Frigo's ice cream range reflects awareness regarding child obesity and other nutrition-related concerns, and the company offers products that are under 110 calories with a maximum of 20 gr.of sugar per 100 gr. and no more than 3 gr. of saturated fat per portion.
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