Papila Studio mini jungle sorbets for children
Papila studio sorbets are available in four different shapes + flavors
The Spanish design company Papila Studio has developed ‘mini jungle’, a new range of children’s sorbets in the shape of animals for food company helados alacant. the designers used four different animal designs to create the popsicles and coated the latter with aromas of strawberry, orange, lemon and pineapple – resulting in finely crafted and colorful desserts to delight the little ones . the sorbets are currently distributed within the ice cream range of a leading supermarket chain in europe and are present in around thirty countries around the world.
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finely crafted designs, with precise production process
The manufacturing process begins with inserting the sorbet into stainless steel molds, freezing it, then inserting a stick to extract the shape in one direction. ” it involves many restrictions in terms of starting angles, rounding of the edges, minimum / maximum diameters, volume and / or fragility in the details,‘specifies the studio Papilo team. the designers indeed pushed the limits of the modeling process to achieve a highly detailed shape that would facilitate extraction from the mold at the required angles / diameters and maintain the desired shape after the coating bath.
mini sorbets come in four different animal shapes and flavored coatings
Besides the finely crafted design of the mini sorbets by Papila Studio, the quality of the product is also optimized with the incorporation of natural colors and flavors, the reduction of sugars and the replacement of plastic sticks with wooden sticks. overall, “mini jungle” echoes a more conscious – and aesthetically pleasing – approach to kid’s snacks.
before and after the coating bath | strawberry flavor
before and after the coating bath | pineapple flavor
before and after the coating bath | orange flavor
before and after the coating bath | lemon flavor
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edited by: lea zeitoun | design boom