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Streets Paddle Pop Cyclone

Streets Paddle Pop Cyclone

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Ruth S.
Ruth S.Far North Queensland, QLD

Strange taste

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Tasted a blob of chemical like soap stuck to iceblock 11/4/20 yep made in China

Purchased in April 2020 at Coles for $7.00.

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Made in China!!!!!

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Bought this product thinking Streets was an Australian Company couldn't believe it when the packet said it was made in China. I cannot believe we are unable to make our own ice-blocks and ice-creams now. Wake up Australia.

Purchased in November 2019.

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Louis D.
Louis D.
  • 2 reviews

Honestly, I'd rather munch on an ice cube.

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The only way I would eat one of these again was if my grandma bought me one without my knowledge and if I declined it, I'd be offending her. Single worst dessert I've encountered.

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Glenys
GlenysRazorback
  • 3 reviews
  • 1 like

Disgusting additives

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I cannot believe the additives in this and many other products, how can Streets market these with a clear conscience to children.
People please please DO NOT buy these, download the additive AP on your phone and check things before giving them to your precious little ones

Questions & Answers

Skye M.
Skye M.asked

Why is the tiger not on the box anymore

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Kim Rosewell
Kim Rosewellasked

Why are the sticks in the cyclone ice block not centred properly , they are closer to the flat side. This means the ice falls off the stick too soon. A design fault by any standard .

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