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    A super time with Zooper Dooper Day

    Kids jump out of the pool, the BBQ is on, and the icy treats are flowing! An image of a classic Aussie summer.

    The first day of Aussie summer, 1 December also just so happens to fall on World Zooper Dooper Day.

    “Zooper Dooper is all about nostalgic summer fun enjoyed with family and friends, and that is what is at the heart of our brand,” says Managing Director of Lion Dairy & Drinks, Kathy Karabatsas.

    “This year has been a year like no other and we could all use a little fun right now, so why not ring in summer with your favourite flavoured icy treat.”

    In addition to the classic Zooper Dooper, the team presented a No Sugar option, which is available in the same flavours but without sugar, giving consumers more options when choosing an icy treat.

    Fans share their World Zooper Day photos on Facebook or Instagram, including the hashtags #worldzooperdooperday #firstdayofsummer.

    Zooper Dooper fun facts!

    • The most popular flavour is, Fairy Floss! A clear winner says Zooper Dooper, followed by Cola and Raspberry.
    • Zooper Dooper has again partnered with The Melbourne Stars for a refreshing summer of cricket. Zooper Dooper is the Official Refreshment Partner of the WBBL and BBL squads.

    Facebook: facebook.com/zooperdooper

    Instagram: @zooperdooperau

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