Our humble mint chocolate chip ice cream is low fat, lactose friendly™ and slow churned for extra creaminess. Yet the bold excess of dark chocolate tiles combine with fresh organic garden mint (not peppermint) to make this the most noble Laloo's ® flavor yet! Why not try this "green" family favorite named for the founder of Laloo's sustainability-obsessed husband (nicknamed "Rumple").
Ingredients: Goat milk, Sugar, Swiss Dark Chocolate (sugar, coconut oil, Dutch cocoa, cocoa, butter oil, lecithin) Egg yolks, Natural Mint, Natural Color, Locust Bean Gum, Guar Gum, Carrageenan
Slogan: Goat´s Milk Ice Cream Company
Category: Ice Cream
Packaging: 1 Pint (360g tub)
Claims: Naturally Low Fat
Variants: Deep Chocolate, Capraccino, Vanilla Snowflake, Rumplemint´s
Price: $7.99 USD
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Fiddle with a goat’s genes a little and all of a sudden its milk has some impressive properties. One lab in Texas has a herd of a goats that can cure malaria a lot cheaper than the drugs big pharma pumps out.
Groups like the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation are working hard on an effective vaccine for malaria--a disease that still kills more than 650,000 people every year. But to hear Mark Westhusin tell it, future malaria drugs shouldn’t be produced in laboratories. They should come from common animals, like goats.
Westhusin, a professor at Texas A&M, is genetically modifying goats to produce vaccines in their milk, doing work that both cheers GM fans, and unnerves its critics. Westhusin points to many of the advantages of so called "pharm animals," including reduced drug production and storage costs. He says a small herd of GM goats could produce millions of vaccine doses, though it’s still too early in his research to make completely accurate estimates.
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