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Neale’s Sweet N Nice ice cream, a brand that originated in 1940s Trinidad and Tobago, restarted in Canada in 2013 with just two flavours; Mango and Coconut. It was through the passion of bringing our Granddad’s ice cream flavours back to life, and creating a family legacy, that this remarkable product was reborn.
After months of painstakingly taking the original home-made recipe through industrial trials and also working with the University of Guelph, Sweet N Nice launched in the Toronto market to about 20 stores in the summer of 2013.
Following the initial launch, the founding family Team Developed and launched new flavours; Rum and Raisin (to popular demand) and Guava Passion Fruit in 2014 and have now expanded to more stores across the greater Toronto region from Oshawa to as far as Stoney Creek.
Neale’s Sweet ‘n Nice ice cream with its unique taste and rich heritage was founded by Charles A. Neale, our grandfather, in the 1940′s in Trinidad.
Neale discovered the talent of making ice cream at a young age and with his top secret recipe in conjunction with the locally obtained exotic fruits and flavours, he transformed this talent into a lucrative business.
Such was the demand for this revolutionary product that with the profits from his ice cream sales alone he was able to purchase his dream home, support his family and send his 12 children to high school. From the 1940s through the 1980s there was no one in Southern Trinidad that didn’t know the name “Neale’s sweet ‘n’ nice”. Many today still recall, with fondness, the sound of him calling out loud “Sweet n’ Nice..Sweet n’ Nice”as he cycled his ice cream bike along the streets.
With its premium quality and unforgettable taste, Neale’s Sweet ’n’ nice changed the ice cream industry in Trinidad forever. Before his death in the late 80′s, Charles transferred this knowledge and we have kept his legacy alive. Today when you try this unique ice cream you can’t help but say between mouthfuls “mmmm….Sweet n’ Nice”