Immunity-Boosting Chyawanprash Ice Cream Goes Viral And Twitter Doesn't Want A Bite Of It

An ice cream brand based in Kerala has come up with a new 'immunity' range of ice creams with flavours such as Haldi and Chyawanprash.

Aditi Ahuja  |  Updated: June 25, 2020 16:36 IST

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Immunity-Boosting Chyawanprash Ice Cream Goes Viral And Twitter Doesn't Want A Bite Of It

Chyawanprash ice cream is the latest immunity booster food.

Highlights
  • Immunity boosting is at the top of people's health concerns
  • An ice cream company came up with ice cream flavours that boost immunity
  • Haldi and chyawanprash are some of the flavours in the new range

With the global Coronavirus pandemic, good health and wellbeing has become of the utmost importance. Immunity-boosting is one way to keep diseases at bay. Many people are now searching for decoctions to keep their immune system healthy. In the quest to maintain a healthy immune system and boost good health, many food brands and companies are trying to emphasise on health through their products. One such ice cream brand based in Kerala has come up with a new 'immunity' range of ice creams with flavours such as Haldi and Chyawanprash. Take a look:

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Claiming to be the first of its kind in India, the Haldi ice cream contains ingredients such as haldi, pepper and honey which boost the immunity. The Chyawanprash ice cream additionally has dates and Amla too! This ice cream idea comes at a time when immunity is at the top of everyone's health concerns. Although the idea was novel in its own way, Twitterati had a hard time digesting it. Most netizens could not fathom what such an eccentric flavour would taste like. Take a look at some of the reactions to the Chyawanprash ice cream, including that of actor-director Tahira Kashyap Khurrana.

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