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Arctic Zero Variety 10-Pack (2 of each flavor)


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  • 150 calories per pint & all natural
  • Fat free & gluten free
  • Lactose intolerant friendly
  • Contains 8 grams of fiber
  • 14 grams of whey protein concentrate

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Arctic Zero Variety 10-Pack  (2 of each flavor) + Arctic Zero Cookies & Cream 150 Calories Per Pint Frozen Dessert (Pack of 6)
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Ingredients
Purified water, whey protein concentrate, organic cane sugar, chicory root, dutch processed cocoa powder with alkali, guar gum, xantham gum, natural flavors, sea salt, monk fruit concentrate.

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Product Description

Arctic Zero Variety 10-Pack. Get 2 pints of each flavor: 2 Chocolate, 2 Mint Chocolate Cookie, 2 Chocolate Peanut Butter, 2 Maple Vanilla, and 2 Strawberry.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
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  • ASIN: B003HV3VYQ
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,648 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Reilly on May 23, 2011
These are great! They aren't quite ice cream, but that doesn't bother me. My local health food stores carry it for a lot less. I like them best frozen solid, as they seem gummier a bit melted.

My favorite is coffee, similar in flavor to Blue Bells.

The strawberry is great, too and is most like real ice cream. It has some strawberry in it and a soft texture without being gummy.

Chocolate tastes like a plain, barely sweet fudgesicle.

The choc peanut butter is like a salted version of the chocolate.

The vanilla maple is a sweet icy treat, but does not resemble vanilla ice cream, although I really like it.

The mint choc cookie (no cookies in it, just flavored) does taste like "thin mints" although it is not very sweet. All three chocolate ones are only eaten a few bites at a time by me.

The cookies and cream is a bit of a flop. It looks strange and tastes like a chocolate-like version of the vanilla. I probably won't get that one again.

Some markets still have the older versions which are different recipes. The chocolate is gummier and less sweet than the new, and the strawberry banana (now just strawberry) is okay, but so much better without banana (even though I like banana).

I haven't been one to eat more than a half pint at a time, but you certainly could with whichever flavors you really like.

I will be stocking up on Coffee, Strawberry, and Vanilla Maple, and buying the others if they are out of them or I get bored. While several stores near me have it, they don't have every flavor.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Holly Jolly Trist-mas, This Year! on December 13, 2011
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After seeing this product online and checking out so many positive reviews about it, I was eager to try it myself. But more than hesitant to spend $37 to $60+ bucks in order to do so. Luckily, Arctic Zero is carried in stores not too far from me. I had to drive about 30miles to the neighboring town in order to get it, but it was well worth the trip!

I bought a pint each of chocolate, chocolate peanut butter, mint chocolate cookie, coffee, and vanilla maple. Packed them in the iced cooler I brought with me and headed back home. Once back I sampled each of the flavors. The first one I tried was the peanut butter chocolate. Tasted pretty good, but I didn't detect a whole lot of peanut flavor going on. It also had a fairly icy consistency. After tha, I tried the chocolate and was thoroughly impressed! Maybe it was because the chocolate pint wasn't as steeped in the ice as the other had been in my cooler, but this time the texture was creamy like any other ice cream. And it had a great chocolate flavor. I honestly could have eaten the whole thing right then, but wanted to see what the others were like, so went on to mint chocolate. This too had a fairly subtle flavor as far as the mint went, which I guess some might appreciate. But the texture was just as creamy as the chocolate had been. The coffee was icy and my least favorite flavor. But I'm historically not a coffee person so it may just be a personal preference. Maple vanilla wasn't bad either, but again, I could take it or leave it. So after tasting them all, I wanted to find out if the icy consistency of some of them was a product trait or was just letting it soften a bit the key to creaminess heaven. So I let the coffee sit out for a couple of minutes, and sure enough it was as creamy as the chocolate had been.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Michael Keller on April 1, 2011
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You can eat the entire pint for 148 calories, 37 calories for a 1/2 cup. package arrived packed in dry ice and perfectly frozen. I highly recommend the Vanilla Maple and the Chocolate.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Courtney Yin-lavoie on May 29, 2011
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Artic Zero is a great substitute for those on a diet. Tastes good and you can "over indulge" in the whole pint without feeling guilty. Although, you can purchase this at most Whole Foods for $4.99 a pint.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mark S. Burr on July 23, 2011
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I have recently been on the Optifast medical weight management program, and a full pint resembles protein-calorie levels of one of the RTD meals or powdered shakes. If you opt for the 1/2 cup serving size, you can add some Walden Farms calorie free topping "Walden Farms Chocolate Syrup, Sugar Free, Calorie Free, Gluten Free, Carb Free, Fat Free, 1 oz. individual package" (caramel is my favorite, but chocolate and marshmallow work) and add some fruit or nuts and have a very reasonable diet-worthy snack that does not feel lacking in any way. The initial taste impression does not say 'ice-cream', but if you let it soften, the mouth texture and taste are good, and it is dense enough to fill you up! I am a convert. I have gone through a 10-pack in about 3 weeks, and my only complaint is this: I would like a low-price online option (the 10-pack pricing, at about $5.60 a pint is reasonably low) where I can select what flavors comprise my 10 pack. I would probably get 3 coffee, 3 peanut butter chocolate, 3 maple vanilla and 1 strawberry in my ideal assortment. Hopefully, Amazon will offer better variety at quantity pricing, or my local Whole Foods Market or Lunardi's market will start offering more flavors.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. on August 1, 2011
Vanilla Maple is the absolute best flavor (it's kind of hard to fake chocolate, but the vanilla one will not leave you feeling deprived what-so-ever!)

If you like your icecream creamy take the Arctic out of the freezer for a few minutes allowing it to become a little bit melty then dig right in!

For a full review plus an awesome shake recipe using Arctic check out this link: [..]
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