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MoBay poised to welcome Rolly Polly

Published:Thursday | February 14, 2019 | 12:15 AM
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The city of Montego Bay is poised to join Mandeville, Ocho Rios and Kingston, as destinations offering customers the Rolly Polly experience in delicious ice cream this Saturday with the grand opening of Rolly Polly Montego Bay at the Fairview Annex in Bogue.

According to Taneisha Hinds, Operations Manager for Rolly Polly Montego Bay, the franchise, which was found in 2017 and has since become a household name in Mandeville, Ocho Rios and Kingston, the Montego Bay market will fit perfectly into their expansion plans.

“Rolly Polly offers over 50 all-natural flavors for dairy lovers,” explained Hinds, in explaining the range of choices ice cream lovers will have at their disposal.

Interestingly, vegans, who are usually not catered for in most establishments offering food and other delicacies, will be right at home with Rolly Polly, as they are offering options for vegans.

“There are also alternative options for vegans, who wish to indulge in a wide range of frozen treats,” said Hinds. “Rolly Polly offers options based on health or lifestyle preferences, such as vegan ice cream, vegan milk-shake and, most recently, Açaí bowls.”

According to Hinds, the Açaí bowls is a vegan-friendly, nutritious tasty bowl, filled with various types of delicious fruits.

“Rolly Polly prides itself in providing tasty, affordable treats for everyone, regardless of their individual preferences,” said Hinds. “It is an experience that no ice cream lover should miss.”

For customers, who like to enhance the taste of their ice cream with their favourite alcoholic beverages, Rolly Polly also stands ready to offer that experience.

“Customers have the option of adding alcoholic beverages to their sweetened frozen treat,” said Hinds, “Baileys, Sangster's Rum Cream, Appleton Rum and Hennessy, are some of the popular choices.”

“Rolly Polly is pleased to announce that it will be adding Champagne Sorbets and Breakfast toast to its diverse menu, so customers are encouraged to come out and enjoy all the sweetened frozen treats that we have on offer,” said Hinds.

As part of it’s Corperate responsibility, Rolly Polly will be providing assistance to the West Haven Children’s Home for the Disabled in Copse, Hanover.