- A Chinese brand of ice cream has been criticized after it was discovered that some of their ice cream does not melt, even when held under a blowtorch.
- Once considered the “Hermes of ice cream,” Chicecream’s ice creams were seen in a video remaining solid while held under a blowtorch for one hour.
- Many online users questioned the ingredients of the ice creams with many guessing that the ice creams are filled with additives.
- Chicecream’s most expensive ice cream costs 66 yuan (approximately $10).
- The company stated on Wednesday that all of their ice cream products follow national food safety regulations.
A video of a Chinese ice cream refusing to melt under a blow torch has gone viral as many internet users questioned the ice cream’s ingredients.
Zhong Xue Gao, or Chicecream, is a Chinese brand of ice cream once referred to as the “Hermes of ice cream.” The brand’s most expensive ice cream product costs 66 yuan (approximately $10).
Recent videos of the ice cream remaining solid under lighters and blow torches have gone viral, placing pressure on the brand to explain their products’ suspicious resilience.
“It is the first time we have heard of the situation that it does not melt,” a staff member for the brand stated per China News Weekly.
Many Weibo users questioned the ice cream, with some suggesting that the ice cream was filled with additives.
“After all, additives are more expensives,” one user commented.
“How can it be digested if it can’t be roasted by fire,” another user questioned.
In response to the internet frenzy, Chicecream stated on Weibo on Tuesday that all of its products followed the national food safety regulations.
“Zhong Xuegao has always adhered to quality first, bringing consumers delicious and high-quality product experience and quality pursuit. All our ice cream products are legally and compliantly produced in accordance with the national standard GB/T 31119-2014 “Frozen Drink Ice Cream”, and leave the factory after passing the test,” Chicecream stated. “We believe that it is not scientific to judge the quality of ice cream by baking, drying or heating ice cream.
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