Dolce Food exec tells employers how diabetics can have their health and eat ice cream, too

Butler, Kelley M.
February 2006
Employee Benefit News;Feb2006, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p36
The article presents an interview with Dano Strong, vice president of sales and marketing for Dolce Food. The firm introduced Dolce Futuro ice cream to the employer market to teach about healthful eating. The ice cream is not made with ingredients that can raise blood sugar. He believes that the ice cream could help in lowering care costs by reducing the risk of diabetes. INSET: The Scoop on Dolce Food.


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