Nutritional Information

Our products are made as medium fat frozen dessert, medium fat Ice cream and water based lollies. For the especially discerning customer, we also have a range of Boutique products like Sugar free, pro-biotics etc.

Quality Standards

Our factories comply with HACCP standards, which is the international standard for food safety. All the raw materials and finished goods also have to pass the quality standard before reaching the market. What this means for you the end customer, is that you can blindly enjoy our products without any worries!

How can I have confidence about the quality of the product that I eat?

In India, the minimum quality standards for most food products including ice cream and frozen dessert are set by the FSSAI, the Food Safety Standards Act of India.

We at Lazza are committed to providing food products that meet and even exceed the standards set by the FSSAI. We do this by :

  1. Setting quality specifications for each and every raw material and finished product and sending samples to our state of the art laboratory for analysis.
  2. Ensuring that our ice cream manufacturing environment (factory) complies with the HACCP standard, which is the international standard for food safety.
  3. By auditing our suppliers to ensure that they conform to the quality standards.

What about the nutritional values?


Energy (kcal) 178
Protein (g) 3.6
Carbohydrates (g) 24
Added sugar (g) 18
Total fat (g) 9.5

What is Ice cream and what is frozen dessert?

In India according to the erstwhile PFA act and the current FSSAI, Ice cream can be made only with butter fat while frozen dessert is made with vegetable oil. This is the main difference. In India, butter fats are used in sweet manufacturing, while vegetable oil is used in day to day cooking. Hence both sources of fat are well accepted by the Indian palette. However, it is also pertinent to note that in many foreign countries products made from vegetable oil is called ice cream and not vice versa.