World's First Non-Melting Popsicle!

posted by Wendy Steele @wendysteele925 - 

No need to worry about your sweet treat dripping all over you in the heat, this ice pop takes 24 hours to melt.

And, it's secret comes from fruit fibers, so there's nothing gross or weird going on here..

It's debut was earlier this summer, and if all goes well, you could see them in grocery stores soon hopefully!

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THE WORLD'S FIRST NON-MELTING ICE LOLLY Bompas & Parr has pioneered the world's first non-melting ice lolly, launching just as the UK is experiencing some of the hottest days on record, and coinciding with SCOOP: A Wonderful Ice Cream World. For one day only at @bmof_london - August 22nd, Bompas & Parr will unveil its very own take on pykrete through the world's first non-melting ice lollies, replacing the sawdust and wood pulp in the pykrete recipe with edible fruit fibres. The inspiration behind Bompas & Parr's latest culinary invention is pykrete, a frozen composite material developed by Geoffrey Pyke during World War II as an alternative material to build an impervious structure that could form an immense floating runway in the middle of the ocean from which aircraft could make sorties in protection of Atlantic shipping convoys that were otherwise beyond the reach of land-based aircraft. . . #bompasandparr #pykrete #greatbritishinnovation #icelolly #melt #bmof_london #bmofscoop #britishsummer #londonweather #londonfoodie #foodielondon #foodinspiration #creativityisGREAT #britishdesign #britishinnovation

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Launching the PYKRETE non-melting ice lolly for a limited run today at #bmofscoop Join us at Conehenge from 12-7pm to marvel at its sturdy stature. . . . . . #bompasandparr #bmof #eeeeeats #icecream #foodies #almighty #innovation #foodscience #london #culturetrip #fruit #lolly #icelolly #foodies #

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