So we love ice cream at my house and I was so excited when I had the chance to try Brio ice cream.
Brio was founded by food pioneers and twin brothers Ron and Arnie Koss, who also founded the first organic baby food company, Earth’s Best. In order to create their latest trend-setting brand, the Koss brothers enlisted the help of former Ben & Jerry’s flavor developers and secured two patents, resulting in a product that’s a true ice cream lover’s “friend with benefits.”
Brio is packed with organic whole milk, probiotics, 24 micronutrients and a healthy balance of Omegas. Perfect for a post-workout mini meal or a guilt-free comfort food snack, Brio proves that ice cream is no longer just for dessert. It’s also non-GMO, gluten free, Kosher and low-glycemic.
Even if you try to eat well, you probably miss some nutrients, especially in our fast-paced world. Brio is ice cream reimagined in the healthiest way possible; you get the benefit of healthy nutrients you’d never know were there.
These healthy nutrients include:
- Antioxidants (Vitamins A, C and E)
- Electrolytes (including potassium, magnesium and sodium)
- B-Vitamins (including B12 and Folic Acid)
- Calcium, Magnesium and Vitamin D
- Vitamin K
- Zinc, Iron and Other Essential Minerals
- To help maximize absorption of key fat-soluble vitamins (like Vitamins A and E), Brio also includes a healthy balance of Omega 3-6-9 fats.
The probiotics in Brio are freezer friendly; ordinary probiotics can’t survive the cold temperatures and harsh environment of the freezer.
To round out Brio’s digestive benefits package, they’ve also added prebiotics, a non-digestible food ingredient that helps increase beneficial microorganisms in the intestines. Brio’s prebiotics come from all-natural, organic inulin, a starchy substance from guar gum bean fiber and agave.
Flavors include creamy Madagascar Vanilla, Café Latte, Very Strawberry, Dark Chocolate, Tropical Mango and Sea Salt Caramel. While Jeremy loved the fruity flavors, I am more of a vanilla and cafe latte kind of girl. With that said, Jeremy loved and ate every single flavor.
You can find Brio Ice Cream at Stop and Shop grocery stores, as well as dozens of other stores across the country. Click here to find a retail location nearest you.
Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review.