Reporters from Japan went to China to investigate the alleged invention of ice cream that doesn't melt.
The infamous treat made by Nestle China and known simply as 'Banana' can be found at most shops around the country. Filming his efforts on camera, one journalist purchased the bright yellow treat and left it sitting in the sun for three hours. The lolly is comprised of a vanilla ice cream core surrounded by a thick gelatinous substance.
Despite being left in the heat for so long the lolly surprisingly showed no signs of melting. Believing that food boffins had indeed created the impossible the journalist set about tucking in only to find that while the outside was intact, the inside was now a mess of melted liquid ice cream.
Back to the drawing board guys.
"Has science finally come through for us? Has someone finally found a way to make ice cream that won't melt, no matter the heat?."
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Source: Huffington Post
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