After the whimsical journey at Hermes ‘The Gift of Time’, we walked towards the carriage cabins colored in Hermes signature orange for some rest and relaxation. Saw so many nostalgic pop up mini food stalls along the way but my eyes were immediately glued to an ice cream cart! The colorful poster on the wall and the attractive counter seems to be telling me to come nearer and so I did! LOL
Popaganda is a creative food business that aims to be delicious, healthy, fun and just as importantly, friendly to the environment and community. Food from thought. It’s about food that is good in every way. Popaganda produces delicious, all-natural frozen sorbet treats in a community friendly and sustainable way.
They have so many interesting flavours to choose from and as I was busy scanning through the poster for one, I was told they are left with only the Mixed Berries and Banana Dark Chocolate. We chose one each and I had the Banana Dark Chocolate. YUMMYLICIOUS! Not too sweet, not that I’m complaining for I will love it too if its very sweet, and it taste exactly like my favorite banana chocolate cake! I am disappointed to know their stall will only be here till the exhibition is over. Fret not, they do delivery and their ice pops are distributed in quite a few branches around Singapore.
Snack away guilt free for Popaganda’s ice pops are made from scratch with natural and even organic and local produce. No artificial sweeteners, preservatives or colorings are used. Diary-free and 100% vegetarian!
You can find more of their flavors and information on their website http://www.popaganda.com.sg/
After a nice cold pop from Popaganda, we took a walk down memory lane to Munch Munch. The cool biscuit tins reminded me of my childhood times and the many cool childhood snacks I used to eat! You can purchase rock bun, apple pie and even kaya bun from Seng Chong Confectionery or have freshly brewed coffee from The U Cafe.