Kanazawa Ice pops

Kanazawa Ice pops

There are popsicles that don’t melt. After the 2011 tsunami, scientists helping strawberry farmers in Japan salvage damaged crops accidentally discovered that liquid polyphenol extracted from the berries caused the cream to solidify. This lead to Kanazawa Ice pops which can stay frozen up to an hour.

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