Clemmy's Ice Cream launches sugar-free, lactose-free ice cream and sorbet bars

Clemmy's Ice Cream launches sugar-free, lactose-free ice cream and sorbet bars

The new products will be available in grocery stores in November, in time for American Diabetes Month.

Since Clemmy's is in the business of making people happy with great tasting ice cream, especially those who may need to avoid sugar, lactose or gluten, it has announced it is "raising the bar" for ice cream lovers by introducing four new reasons to smile: Clemmy's Rich and Creamy Orange Creme, Strawberries 'N Creme and Cherry Vanilla All Natural Sorbet and Ice Cream Bars and Chocolate Fudge All Natural Low Fat Ice Cream Bars.

Each bar is just 70 calories, 100 percent sugar free, all natural, lactose free, gluten free and kosher certified.  Unlike any other bar available today, every Clemmy's bar is also an excellent source of dietary fiber (5 grams of fiber per bar or 20 percent of the daily value) and contains only 3 grams of total fat (Chocolate Fudge bars have just 1.5 grams saturated fat, Strawberries 'N Creme, Orange Creme and Cherry Vanilla bars have just 2 grams saturated fat and all bars have zero trans fat).

"As an ice cream fanatic and quality control guy with very high standards, I guarantee a smile with every one of our new bars," says Jon Gordon, owner and founder of Clemmy's.  "It's about time America had access to great tasting and satisfying sugar free, all natural ice cream bars that also happen to provide fiber and be low in fat.  We're proud to be the company providing them!"  

Giving More than 100 Million Americans a Reason to Smile

Over 100 million Americans — about one-third of the population — are diabetic or pre-diabetic, and almost two million cases are diagnosed each year according to the American Diabetes Association.   Most of these Americans need to limit their sugar intake.  

Gordon, diagnosed five years ago as a pre-diabetic, knows personally how disappointing it can be to go without ice cream when it's your favorite treat.  In fact, that's how Clemmy's was created:  After his diagnosis, Gordon refused to give up his favorite indulgence.  He embarked on a journey to create a sugar free, all natural, super premium ice cream with the highest quality ingredients that could be enjoyed by diabetics and people who just love ice cream.  Today it's clear the demand is there - even in the down economy, Clemmy's is one of the fastest growing ice cream companies in America.

Clemmy's Rich and Creamy Orange Creme, Strawberries 'N Creme and Cherry Vanilla All Natural Sorbet and Ice Cream Bars and Chocolate Fudge All Natural Low Fat Ice Cream Bars will be available in grocery stores and online via www.icecreamsource.com by November 2011.  One package with four bars will cost between $3.79 and $4.19.

About Clemmy's
What began as a pre-diabetic's desire not to give up his favorite indulgence led to Clemmy's Ice Cream.  The first container of Clemmy's appeared on store shelves in 2008, and today it's in more than 6,000 grocery stores in 46 states, and online via www.icecreamsource.com.  

Clemmy's Ice Cream is made with the highest quality ingredients, has the taste and creaminess of super-premium ice cream, and is sugar free, all natural, lactose free, gluten free and kosher certified.  And Clemmy's is committed to helping people trying to limit their sugar intake live the good life.  Instead of sugar, Clemmy's uses xylitol, a natural sweetener made from birch bark and fibrous vegetables and fruits. The result is ice cream that is completely sugar free:  zip, zero, nada!

Clemmy's pints are available in eight delicious flavors:  Vanilla Bean, Chocolate, Butter Pecan, Coffee, Chocolate Chip, Orange Creme, Toasted Almond, and Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip. Clemmy's 100 calorie Ice Cream O's, rated a hit by Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert, offer a rich combination of sweet, decadent chocolate shell on the outside and creamy vanilla bean ice cream on the inside. For more information, visit clemmysicecream.com.

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