The buttermilk and vanilla flavour are gone!
What happened, Streets? Your wonderful icecream is no longer ‘blue ribbon’. Please, bring back the old recipe. It’s tasteless, just like the cheap ones. This has been a favourite in our family for decades.
Purchased in July 2019 at Woolworths Physical store.
This container was less than half full
We buy your ice cream all the time and this time when it was opened there was not even half in the container... not really happy about it at all.
This is far from perfect, Buy a 2lt tub of "classic Vanilla" from IGA Templestowe 3106 every week,
This is really disappointing because I have always enjoyed your product over many years. However I am not prepared to continue buying it when the icecream has been allowed to "Defrost" before purchase. Frankly it's not good enough & you are in the process of loosing a longtime customer. The retailer blames the truck delivery but I am not sure. Maybe the IGA refrigeration is below standard but as a consumer I don't care who is responsible. I am entitled to get better delivery of your product & suggest you fix it!
As the local JP, Bail Justice & Citizen of the year 2017 you should listen to my complaint!
was good until it changed
Blue ribbon ice cream use to be my favourite vanilla ice cream to eat because it was so creamy and thick but a few years ago it changed and now it just tastes very thin and the after taste was like a mix of bad milk and flour.
It's not even Ice Cream
I used to think Streets Blue Ribbon to be one of the best "Ice Creams" on the market. I have not had it for several years. On the palate it initially tastes smooth but then lacks the body and creamy mouth-feel of a quality ice cream. Looking at the ingredients it has not enough milk solids to be called ice cream. I won't be buying Streets Blue Ribbon again
We always buy blue ribbon vanilla in a tub. But was disapointed in our new one it wasnt as creamy as it usually is it just means we can buy any brand as the other brands were always icy not creamy and looks like streets has gone the same way.
It's not ice cream.
It just doesn't have that smooth creamy texture. The flavour is passable. But the reduced fat content disqualifies it as ice cream. A good ice cream is at least 10% fat. This may be Blue Ribbon, but it's not ice cream. Please increase the cream content and restore it to top shelf quality.
The texture chages as it softens.
Missing the buttermilk
Blue Ribbon used to be different from the rest because of the buttermilk, they've lost a loyal customer because they've removed their point of difference. It tastes fine as ice cream, but it is no longer the special Blue Ribbon product, just second rate like the rest. Others are better.
It's OK ice cream
Not worth the price
Streets no more
Streets the once trusted name in ice cream has recently downgraded its ice cream to include vegetable oils and other bad fillers. A quick look on the side of the tub now shows fat reduced for the standard ice cream product (not the Light version). Streets confirmed with me that they are now messing around with the recipe. I only noticed the issue with a recent purchase of the product. It was gummy in taste and texture. I had to investigate the ingredient list and write to Streets to find out more. Just got nonsense spin back from them indicating they are being about a healthier product. Yeah, right! They just want to use cheap and nasty ingredients.
Downgraded quality, not as good as it once was.
Questions & Answers
What type of gelatin is used in the Blue Ribbon ice cream? As it doesn't state the code of gelatin. Muslim families can't purchase any "pig fat based" products and I feel as though we're being mislead by missing information. also Colour 120.
Could u please tell me what is the source of 471 in Blue Ribbon Classic Vanilla. And are all its igrediants HALAL???
What type of gelatin is used in the Blue Ribbon ice cream? what is the source of 471 ,also Colour 120.
Does your ice cream contains any animals fats?
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