Kampung Snickers will launch on 8 March in honour of International Women's Day. <small> Cover image via Kind Kones Coconuts </small>
Kind Kones has collaborated with Malaysian TV host and celebrity chef Ili Sulaiman to create a new ice cream flavour called ‘Kampung Snickers’
<b>Kampung Snickers </b>is a Malaysian take on the classic chocolate bar - chocolate peanut butter ice cream with toasted peanuts and a sticky coconut caramel swirl folded in. Sounds delicious! <br></br></p>
Kampung Snickers will launch on 8 March in honour of International Women’s Day and will sell for RM13.80 per scoop
Every RM2 from the sale of Kampung Snickers will support SEED Malaysia, a non-profit organisation that helps to provide shelter and medical care for those who have been excluded from their communities.
The new flavour will be available at all Kind Kones outlets, which are located at:
– Bangsar Village, KL
– Plaza Damansara, KL
– 1 Mont Kiara, KL
– Mid Valley Megamall, KL
– Empire Shopping Mall, Selangor
The ice cream parlour is also celebrating their Unstoppable Women campaign for International Women’s Day by highlighting TV host and celebrity chef Ili Sulaiman, who was recently diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Because of this, she is on a mission to eliminate gluten, dairy, and processed sugars from her diet – most of which is excluded from the ice cream.
She talks openly about her PCOS journey on her social media platforms
Ili would like to break the perception that it’s taboo to speak openly about issues surrounding periods, hormone imbalances, and other women-related health issues.
Kind Kones will be hosting a private meet and greet session with Ili and six other women who struggle with PCOS
To participate all you need to do is:<br></br>
- Purchase Kampung Snickers flavour by uploading a post of it with the hashtag #kkunstoppablewomen.
– Comment on how PCOS has impacted your life.
– Tag two of your friends.
– Six winners will be randomly selected for the meet-and-greet.
For more details check out their Facebook post.
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