|AIEA, Hawaii, Sept. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Bubbies Homemade Ice Cream & Desserts, Inc. will exhibit Oct. 7-11 at Anuga, the world’s largest food and beverage trade show hosted in Cologne, Germany.
Anuga draws nearly 7,200 exhibitors from 109 countries. A variety of vendors and retailers participate in Anuga including producers of fine foods, organics, dairy, meats and an array of beverages and desserts. The show includes a host of lectures, special exhibitions and industry events.
Bubbies Homemade Ice Cream & Desserts will exhibit in Hall 04.2 at booth #C049.
Bubbies is best known for its premium mochi ice cream. Mochi ice cream (pronounced moh-chee) is a bite-sized ice cream treat wrapped in soft, sweetened dough. The outer layer, mochi dough, is made from rice flour and sweetened with natural ingredients for a soft and chewy texture. Bubbies Mochi Ice Cream is available in an array of unique flavors and combinations. From mango and green tea to passion fruit and guava, Bubbies Mochi Ice Cream is sure to please even the most discerning of tastes.
“We are excited to display our tremendously successful Bubbies Mochi Ice Cream products at Anuga,” said Rick Schaffer, Chief Executive Officer of Bubbies Homemade Ice Cream & Desserts. “As we continue to grow and expand the Bubbies brand, we are eager to share it with the world at Anuga.”
At Anuga, Bubbies will showcase its unique mochi bar, a self-serve freezer that allows consumers to mix and match selections and experience new flavors in a fun and convenient way. The mochi bar also gives customers a chance to purchase single servings in any flavor they choose. The mochi bar is a proven and popular concept in retail markets around the world and is sure to be well received by attendees at Anuga as well.
Bubbies Mochi Ice Cream, with 110 calories or less per serving, is more rich and flavorful than other mochi desserts due to its high quality ingredients and proprietary recipe. Bubbies is gluten-free (certified by the Celiac Support Organization) and is produced without ingredients genetically modified through the use of modern biotechnology.