, New Zealand

Domino's adds PURE New Zealand's ice cream to local menu

Customers can enjoy three new flavours.

Domino's announced a partnership with PURE New Zealand Ice Cream, adding their locally made ice cream to the pizza chain’s menu in the country.

Available through Domino’s stores nationwide in a 110ml individual tub from $3.99, customers can choose from three flavours: Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, Dark Chocolate Ice Cream or Boysenberry Gelato.

“PURE New Zealand Ice Cream was introduced to us by one of our local store owners. Once we tried it and heard about their brand story we were hooked,” Cameron Toomey, Domino’s New Zealand general manager, said in a press release.

“We couldn’t believe it when we were approached by Domino’s,” added Brian Thomas, commercial and finance director at PURE New Zealand Ice Cream.

“It’s been a challenging year with the borders closing. We supply a large number of businesses in the hospitality and tourism channels, so when the borders closed a lot of this business slowed. It’s fair to say, being able to work with a company like Domino’s has been a shot in the arm for PURE.”

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