How is Oppo healthy?
EU Authorised Health Claim: ‘Consumption of foods/drinks containing erythritol and steviol glycosides instead of sugar induces a lower blood glucose rise after their consumption compared to sugar-containing foods/drinks’.
What size tubs does Oppo come in?
We have both 500ml and 100ml tubs for sale in our supermarkets, and we also have 2.5L tubs designed specifically for food service sites such as hotels and offices.
I want to stock Oppo, who do I get in touch with?
Great! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you in touch with the right person.
Which retailers stock Oppo?
We have over 1,600 stockists across the UK. You can find your nearest stockist here.
I would like to have Oppo at the event or party I'm organising, is this possible?
Of course, we love a party! We’ve got a whole range of set-ups and we're confident that we'll have the perfect one for your event. You can also get a delivery to your office too if you fancy a Friday treat! Get in touch with us here.
More about Oppo
Where does the name Oppo come from?
Oppo stands for Opposites. Health and indulgence have traditionally been seen as opposites, but Oppo is a unifier. With Oppo, opposites attract and ice cream is just the start!
What ingredients do you use to create Oppo?
Oppo is made using fresh milk (from meadow-grazed cows free to roam and eat naturally), cold-pressed virgin coconut oil, stevia leaf, and erythritol (natural sweetener with zero calories and sugars, erythritol is also found in melons and grapes).
How can Oppo contain just 39 calories per scoop?
We've swapped traditional ice cream ingredients for natural ingredients you normally don’t find in ice cream – virgin coconut oil, stevia leaf etc. The combination of these ingredients makes Oppo comparatively very low in both sugars and calories. Charlie also started creating Oppo without any prior knowledge of how to make ice cream. Sometimes when you don’t know the rules, it’s easier to break them!
What is stevia leaf?
Stevia is a leaf from South America. Naturally sweet, it contains zero calories and zero sugars. Fun factoid, scientists actually think it evolved to taste sweet as a natural pesticide.
What coconut oil do you use?
We use cold-pressed, wild-harvested virgin coconut oil sourced from a co-operative in Ghana. This is sourced from the raw flesh of the coconut.
Where do you get your milk from?
The fresh milk used in Oppo comes exclusively from a co-operative of farmers and is classed as 'Meadow Milk'. This means that the cows are free to roam the meadows for at least 120 days a year, from springtime through to autumn. They are grass fed in the summer, and silage (grass and corn) fed in the winter. The milk that they produce is completely free from hormones and antibiotics, as are the cows.
How does Oppo compare to normal ice cream?
Oppo is comparatively very low in both sugars and calories. Depending on flavour, Oppo contains between 50% and 70% fewer calories and sugars than regular ice cream. That’s just 39 calories and 3g of sugars per scoop! (Sugars originating from the milk and fruits).
Is Oppo suitable for diabetics?
We’ve had many positive responses from diabetics who eat Oppo. Our carbohydrate content is at a reduced level and we use stevia leaf, a natural sugar substitute which is considered safe for diabetics. We recommend diabetics monitor their body’s response when eating Oppo but we're confident that it will make a great addition to their diet.
Is Oppo gluten-free?
All of our flavours have gluten-free recipes. However, we manufacture our ice cream in a factory which does handle gluten. This means that we cannot guarantee that our ice cream is gluten-free as traces may be present.
Is Oppo nut-free?
Our Salted Caramel, Mint Choc Swirl, and Madagascan Vanilla flavours have nut-free recipes. However, all of our ice creams are manufactured in a factory which does handle nuts. This means that we cannot guarantee that our ice cream is nut-free as traces may be present.
Our Secret Ingredients
What is lucuma?
Hailing from Peru and known as ‘gold of the incas', lucuma is a melon shaped fruit, with golden flesh and a big single stone. It has an incredible maple and caramel taste and is super nutritious, containing beta carotene, iron, zinc, vitamin B3, calcium, and protein. We use lucuma to provide the flavour in our Salted Caramel ice cream.
What is baobab?
These are the fruits from the baobab tree, known as the ancient ‘tree of life’. Similar in looks to a fresh coconut, the pulp tastes somewhere between caramelised pear and grapefruit, is 50% fibre and is an incredibly rich source of Vitamin C, potassium and anti-oxidants. We use wild-harvested Senegalise baobab to provide the creaminess and texture to our Madagascan Vanilla ice cream.
What is spirulina?
A deep green plant from the South-China Sea, spirulina is 65% protein and a rich source of numerous nutrients including vitamin B, iron and manganese. Often used as a dietary supplement, you may be using spirulina in your smoothies already! We use spirulina to provide the deep green natural colouring of our Mint Choc Swirl ice cream, unlike most ice creams which use Copper Chlorophyll.