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Dole Whip vs Dole Soft Serve
There are places that have frozen yogurt that tastes like pineapple. Some of these places call it “Dole Soft Serve”. Many people have said that it tastes a lot like Disneyland’s Dole Whip. Recently, the Dole Soft Serve Blog posted the following statement:
One of our strongest emotional connections with consumers is the iconic DOLE Whip treat, sold at Disney® parks, commonly in the form of a delicious float. Anyone who’s enjoyed DOLE Whip will instantly recognize the delicious taste and tropical flavors of DOLE Soft Serve – because they are, in fact, the same product!
The further go on to say:
Outside of Disney Parks, the mix is sold and marketed as DOLE Soft Serve. Around the country, independent frozen yogurt shops (like Menchie’s) and tourist attractions (like Dodgers Stadium) serve DOLE Soft Serve. And since the name “DOLE Whip” is so familiar among consumers, we encourage the use of this alternate name on store signage, on menus or even for advertising.
However, “Disney” is a trademarked brand, and all its properties are protected by copyright. So when using the DOLE Whip or DOLE Soft Serve name, operators must avoid referring to or implying a connection to Disney to avoid pesky trademark infringement.
So there you go! Minus the experience of getting it at Disneyland, Dole soft serve (if you can find it) is the same stuff sold at Disneyland.
If you want to read the entire original post, you can find it by clicking on the link below:
DOLE Whip™ vs. DOLE® Soft Serve
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