New Zealand Natural Ice Cream Opens in Orange

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 15, 2008
A new ice cream shop from New Zealand opened its first U.S. store at the Stadium Promenade in Orange. Appropriately, it's called New Zealand Natural Ice Cream. And though the ice cream may be made from “fresh dairy cream from cows that feed on the...
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