UK: Mr Whippy or a Häagen-Dazs? All the same to me, says scientist
An academic has claimed that there is really very little difference between a cheap and cheerful Mr Whippy and a bowl of rich and indulgent Häagen-Dazs , despite what the ad makers say. "Yes, there is variation in terms of quality due to the range of ingredients - top ice creams use fresh cream and eggs and the cheaper ones use milk powder - and of course there are differences in flavours [… But] there's a limit to which they can differ from each other," insists Peter Barham, a physicist at Bristol University.
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