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  • Diet ice cream goes super healthy
  • Diet ice cream goes super healthy
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Diet ice cream goes super healthy

Diet versions of our favourite snacks and drinks are a staple on supermarket shelves. But a low-calorie treat that isn’t pumped with sweeteners? Not so easy to find. US brand Enlightened saw this gap in the market too. Now, it's filling it with low-calorie, super-healthy ice cream.

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