Getting your Juice Fix in HIC Popsicle and Ice Cream form


HIC is taking the juicing trend to the next level: Introducing HIC POPS x HIC FREEZE all-natural ice pops and ice cream made with HIC signature cold pressed juices and organically certified ingredients.

Sure, you’ve seen fresh strawberries in a popsicle, but how about a blend of kale, cucumber, apple and coconut water? Or antioxidant powerhouse acai berry mixed with banana, lime and coconut water? That’s probably the first in Singapore!

Putting the Healthy in Ice Pops

The latest range of HIC frozen popsicles come in six refreshing flavours. Made from raw, cold-pressed juice with no added sugar or preservatives, each popsicle (65gm) is low in calories, carbohydrates and fat, making for a perfect treat any time of the day.

What’s in a HIC Ice Pop?


KALE Ice Pop ($4.50) – Made with kale, cucumber, apple, coconut water.


COAL Ice Pop ($4.50) – Made with charcoal, cashew, almond, medjool dates and Himalayan salt.


SKINNY Ice Pop ($4.50) – Made with pineapples, apples, lemon, lime and grapefruit.


HYDRATE Ice Pop ($4.50) – Made with coconut water, strawberries and kiwis.


GLOW Ice Pop ($4.50) – Made with pomegranate, apple and beetroot.


ACAI Ice Pop ($4.50) – Made with acai berry, banana, lime, coconut water.



HIC has also revved up the frozen desserts scene by introducing HIC FREEZE Coconut Ice Cream with clean flavours like Original Coconut ($5.50); Dark Chocolate ($5.50); and premium flavours include Houjicha ($7) and Acai ($7). Needless to say, it’s a much better choice than a pint of Ben & Jerry’s.

Though original Coconut and 80% dark Cocoa chocolate are the popular picks, look out for creative flavours like the nutty, earthy Houjicha and superfood antioxidant packed Acai – these two are my top favourites!

While it does looks and tastes like ice cream, HIC FREEZE is actually vegan, lactose-free and gluten-free.





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