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  • Ice cream fans get a taste for savoury flavours
  • Ice cream fans get a taste for savoury flavours
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Ice cream fans get a taste for savoury flavours

Cracked black pepper or olive oil? Salmon and Chive? Goat’s cheese? These flavours might all sound tasty, but are they really how you want your dessert to taste? New analysis from Mintel suggests you might, with savoury flavours set to be the next big thing for ice cream. 

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