Magnolia Ice Cream

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This is the Magnolia Ice Cream Plant.

It is the cornerstone of Magnolia’s legacy in making the finest ice cream in Philippine history…

A symbol of Magnolia’s commitment to provide families with products and services of superior quality and excellent taste…

A showcase of the best equipment and technology in ice cream production...

Home to highly-driven individuals dedicated to continue making Magnolia Ice Cream a world class name and an integral part of the Filipino’s rich heritage…

It is a testament to San Miguel Pure Foods Company’s core purpose of nourishing and nurturing families worldwide…

Magnolia Ice Cream… Only the Best will do.

MAGNOLIA ICE CREAM

Magnolia Dairy Ice Cream is a Philippine brand of ice cream sold domestically in the Philippines and in other markets such as Thailand, the United States, Australia, Malaysia, and Singapore.

Magnolia was founded in 1925[1] and the company's tropical ice cream flavours include Halo-halo (a mix of fruits and beans), Buko Pandán (young coconut with pandan), Maís-Queso (corn and cheese), avocado, Nangkasúy (jackfruit with cashew), Ube and Buko Salad (young coconut and fruit), and Macapuno (coconut sport). The brand also offers mango and other flavours like chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla.[2] They also sell special-edition ice cream dubbed "Flavor of The Month," which is only sold for a month.

Magnolia is a division of San Miguel Corporation, one of Asia's largest food and beverage conglomerates.[2][2] It was purchased by Nestle Philippines in 1999, but the brand was relaunched by San Miguel in the Philippines in 2004 after a five year hiatus.

Upon reintroduction rocky road, cookies and cream, dulce de leche and double dutch were added as "gold label" flavors.[2] In 2008 the company introduced Coffee Vienna and Waffle Cheesecake for the Christmas holidays.[3]

Magnolia brand ice creams originated in Manila, a tropical city with a hot and humid climate.[4] Flavors...
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