It’s already a popular dessert in the Middle East and boasts ten times more iron than in cows milk, but will the low-fat expensive ice-cream made from Camel’s milk give the British consumers the hump?
The ice-cream which is believed to have five times the levels of B vitamins comes from the only Camel dairy farm in The Netherlands and is due to go on sale in the UK next month.
But the creamy tasting health food treat will set customers back an eyebrow raising Â£4 per scoop.
After the ice cream is unveiled by its creators Ginger’s Comfort EmporiumÂ at the Experiment Food Society Spectacular Show in London next month it will then go on sale to the wider UK public.
“Camel milk is very creamy but it has a light texture.
“You can see from how “superfoods” have taken off in Britain that many people want to buy products that are unusual and have been shown to be very good for the body”, said show organiser Alexa Perrin.