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Rainbow Cheesecake Ice Cream to support NHS Charities during Covid-19

Iceland Foods and The Food Warehouse have launched a new multi-coloured Rainbow Cheesecake Ice Cream and all the profits from the sale of the dessert will be donated to IFCF to support NHS Charities during Covid-19.

In keeping with the rainbow emblem, which has become a symbol of support for the NHS and now appears in the windows of homes across the UK, the colourful ice cream promises to “brighten up dessert plates across the nation”, said a company spokesman, while donations from the sales are to “thank the frontline staff for the incredible work they’re doing”.


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