Disney’s famous dessert Dole Whip now being sold at Chester Zoo

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Dole Whip is a soft-serve frozen dessert that has been available at Disneyland and DisneyWorld since it was introduced in 1986. The icy treat is considered a cult classic among park goers which is also dairy-free and vegan, as well being low fat and gluten free.

Now fans from the British Isles can save themselves from travelling over 4,000 miles and head to Chester Zoo for a serving of either pineapple and raspberry flavours.

Head of food and beverage at Chester Zoo, Simon Lockhart, said: “Dole Whip holds a special place in lots of our visitor’s hearts, which is why we decided to become the first attraction in the country to sell this popular frozen treat.

“It’s a great addition to a fantastic day out at Chester Zoo, especially to help cool off during the summer months.”

Dole Whip was created in 1984 by the Dole Food Company, best known for the original pineapple variety, but has since sold limited edition flavours including cherry, raspberry and lime.

Chester Zoo is also following in Disney’s footsteps selling the dessert at selected kiosks around the attraction. They include District Office on Islands and the Arara Kiosk by Spirit of the Jaguar.

Last week Chester Zoo hit headlines when staff welcomed a newborn orangutan.

The Sumatran orangutan is critically endangered and the baby was born to parents Emma and Puluh, both aged 34-years-old, last month.

Chester Zoo is the only one in mainland Britain to care for Sumatran orangutans.

To book your visit to Chester Zoo, click here.


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