Russia’s Vologda Region has seen a significant increase in its ice cream exports to Israel this year, with more than 50 tons of ice cream being shipped since the beginning of 2022, according to the Russian agricultural watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor.
The report reveals that this year’s shipments have already exceeded the total amount of ice cream exported to Israel in 2022, which stood at 48.6 tons. The latest delivery of Vologda ice cream was sent from St. Petersburg to Israel on August 23.
The demand for Vologda vanilla ice cream in a waffle cup with chocolate icing has been growing steadily in Israel. Ice cream bars with chocolate, almonds, and caramel are also experiencing high demand, as stated by Rosselkhoznadzor.
Vologda, known for its diverse range of flavors, annually produces 30,000 tons of ice cream. The region’s official website mentions that the ice cream is delivered to ten foreign countries. What sets Vologda’s ice cream apart is its natural taste, devoid of any vegetable fats. This is made possible through cooperation with local farmers who guarantee the production of high-quality dairy products.
Russia has been actively expanding its ice cream exports to the global market, including Africa, where exports reached a total of 600,000 tons in 2022. This reflects the increasing popularity and demand for Russian ice cream worldwide.
In conclusion, Russia’s Vologda Region has experienced a surge in its ice cream exports to Israel this year, surpassing the total amount shipped in the previous year. The demand for Vologda ice cream in Israel, especially the vanilla flavor in a waffle cup with chocolate icing, has been on the rise. With its commitment to producing natural ice cream without vegetable fats, Vologda is meeting the demands of international markets and expanding its reach to various countries, including Africa. This trend highlights the growing recognition and appreciation of Russian ice cream globally.