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    Who Says Nothing Good in Life is Free?

    Clemmy's Lactose, Gluten and Sugar Free Ice Cream Products Break the Mold

February 29, 2012; NY, NY There’s no such thing as a free lunch, but a free dessert? Yes there is!

     1Estimated at $3.6 million, research shows that the lactose- and dairy-free market is the largest “free

    from” segment in the food industry. The gluten craze is gaining momentum, with experts suggesting 2that by 2015, the gluten-free market will increase 28% to $5 billion. Fortunately, with Clemmy’s all 3natural, super premium ice cream, the 21 million gluten-sensitive and 30 to 50 million lactose intolerant 4adults can enjoy a delicious frozen dessert without fear of discomfort. And with thirteen varieties, Clemmy’s ice cream has clearly refuted the old adage that nothing good in life is free!

    Clemmy’s all natural, sugar-free super premium ice cream is a great tasting go-to treat for those also seeking to avoid sugar. Clemmy’s is the only all natural ice cream that is completely sugar free. All other

    ice creams even if they are “reduced sugar” or “no sugar added” — contain sugar. In lieu of sugar

    Clemmy’s uses xylitol, a natural sweetener derived from the bark of the birch tree and fibrous vegetables and fruits. The lactose-free, gluten-free, sugar-free Clemmy’s liberates diet-sensitive

    consumers from their dessert restrictions and provides a great tasting, frozen delight. And as excellent sources of fiber, Clemmy’s All Natural Sorbet and Ice Cream Bars and All Natural Low Fat Ice Cream Bars are a sweet way to help ice cream lovers add more fiber into their diet.

    "It's not unusual for individuals suffering from lactose sensitivity to also be sensitive to gluten," says Patricia Bannan, RD. "Under 200 calories per serving, Clemmy's is a great option for people with dietary sensitivities, with the added benefit that all are sugar free and select varieties an excellent source of fiber. We’d all be a little more healthy if we ate a little less sugar and a little more fiber, so Clemmy’s is a

    great option for anyone looking to make some improvements in their diet while enjoying a great tasting, satisfying treat.

    Clemmy's comes in an assortment of varieties and is available at 6,500 stores nationwide, and online at Check for more information. It’s true what they say

    after all; some of the best things in life are free!

About Clemmy’s

    Clemmy’s Ice Cream is made with the highest quality ingredients, has the taste and creaminess of super-

    premium ice cream, and is sugar free, all natural, lactose free, gluten free and kosher certified. And as the only truly sugar free ice cream, Clemmy’s is committed to helping people trying to limit their sugar

    intake and live the good life.

    Clemmy’s pints are available in eight delicious flavors: Vanilla Bean, Chocolate, Butter Pecan, Coffee, Chocolate Chip, Orange Crème, Toasted Almond, and Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip. Clemmy’s Ice Cream O’s, rated a hit by Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert, offer a rich combination of sweet, decadent

    chocolate shell on the outside and creamy vanilla bean ice cream on the inside (available in classic and snack size). Clemmy’s fiber-rich bars include Clemmy’s Rich and Creamy Orange Crème, Strawberries ‘N

    Crème and Cherry Vanilla All Natural Sorbet and Ice Cream Bars and Chocolate Fudge All Natural Low Fat Ice Cream Bars. For more information, visit

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     1 Nutraceuticals World. Gluten-Free Market Continues Growth. Retrieved February 23, 2012 from 2 Packaged Facts. Gluten-Free Foods and Beverages in the U.S., 3rd Edition. February 1, 2011®ionid=&submit2=Search 3 National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. The Gluten-Free Marketplace. Retrieved February 23, 2012 from

    Free%20Market%20Supplement_2012.pdf 4 National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIH, DHHS. Digestive Disease Statistics. Retrieved February 23, 201, from

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