Langnese

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search


Langnese (Ice cream, not to be confused with the company Langnese Honey) is the German Heartbrand subsidiary of the Anglo-Dutch company Unilever. They are the number one producer of ice cream products in Germany, and their main competitor is Nestlé; a reflection of the relative positions of these two giants in the global market.[1]

Around the world[edit]

The same ice as Langnese/Wall's is sold under different names around the world:

Logo Name Country
Algida Albania, Kosovo, Greece, Croatia, Italy, Kazakhstan, Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Turkey (as ALGİDA), Hungary and Cyprus (in Northern Cyprus as ALGİDA,
Bresler Chile, Bolivia
Eskimo Croatia, Austria, Slovenia, Norway
Frigo Spain
Frisko Denmark
GB Glace Finland and Sweden
Glidat Strauss Israel
Good Humor United States
HB Ireland
Helados La Fuente Colombia
Holanda Mexico
Inmarko Kazakhstan, Russia
Kibon Brazil
Kwality Wall's India
Lusso Switzerland
Miko Egypt (ميكو), France
Ola Belgium, Netherlands and South Africa
Olá Portugal
Pingüino Ecuador
Selecta Philippines
Streets Australia and New Zealand
Tio Rico Venezuela
Wall's England, Scotland, Wales, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Pakistan, Laos and Thailand
Wall's HB Northern Ireland
和路雪 People's Republic of China

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nestle steps up ice-cream war with Unilever by buying Dreyer's | Independent, The (London) | Find Articles at BNET.com

External links[edit]