JERUSALEM — A jackson’s ice cream shop in a Costco parking lot in the central Israeli city of Safed sold out of its first batch of ice cream earlier this week, with customers rushing to the counter to buy the creamy treat.
The company that makes the fruit-flavored ice cream says its new batch, called the “Jackson’s” brand, is selling extremely well at the discount retailer.
The jackson ice cream company says its first shipment of jackson cookies is selling exceptionally well, with the ice cream being available in store and online.
The ice cream comes in a white chocolate and vanilla flavor.
The first batch is expected to be available in September.
The sale of jackons is a big boost for the company, which relies on the local jackson to create its ice cream.
The jackson, native to Israel and Israel’s West Bank, is a fruit native to South America.