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Following a diverse career with Tyson Foods, Kraft-Heinz and Nestle, Snehee Chaplot brings authentic ethnic ice creams to American Retail

(HOUSTON, Texas) — NEWS: On August 9, 2019, The Food Shop announced the launch of Gallivant Mawa Ice Creams, a new line of desserts in seven globally-inspired flavors. The mawa ice creams are egg-free, gluten-free and contain no artificial flavors and ingredients.

Traditionally, mawa ice creams are a South-Asian style of ice creams — rich, creamy with a strong caramelized note and a silky texture.

Snehee Chaplot, an avid traveler and the founder of The Food Shop, explains: “These flavors have been defined by the authentic culinary experience one goes through while traveling. The ingredients in each of these flavors have been sourced from their country of origin.”

The first flight of flavors created for the gallivanting ice cream lover includes:
* Black Sesame
* Coconut
* Mango
* Pistachio
* Cardamom
* Chocolate
* Matcha

While consumers can find these ice creams in Indian grocery stores and farmers markets as pints and single serves, local restaurants and caterers can work with The Food Shop team for customized food service offerings. For further inquiries, contact

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Based in Houston, Texas, The Food Shop’s mission is to develop green sustainable solutions to make high-quality and nutritionally robust food products. By providing clean, quality ingredients and manufacturing solutions to customers, The Food Shop is working to transform the landscape of what is possible in food manufacturing. More information:

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