Every year, the tongue-in-cheek Ig Nobel awards, sometimes called the anti-Nobels, celebrate the most unusual scientific research. Although the awards are supposed to be funny, the research often has serious applications.
From humble beginnings, Anna Barton’s ice cream business has grown into an international operation. But she hasn’t forgotten her roots.
Data from Poland's statistical office shows that last year Poland sold over 95,000 tonnes of ice cream worth EUR 211.7 million.
The brainchild of Dr. Katarzyna Szkolnicka from the West Pomeranian University of Technology, the new buttermilk ice cream is fluffier than traditional ice cream and can also promote well-being and enhance intellectual abilities and beauty.
Making waves in all the top foodie mags, two Warsaw lads have taken ice cream to a whole new level with their clever marketing, thrilling tastes and delicious textures.