General Mills tests Häagen-Dazs delivery which can find you wherever 

Want ice cream delivered, nevertheless don’t want to interrupt your picnic, dog-walking business or calorie-offsetting 5-K run? General Mills Inc.’s Häagen-Dazs unit might have what you need.

The Golden Valley-based company is usually testing a system inside United Kingdom which delivers Häagen-Dazs ice cream through a combination of Facebook Messenger chatbots along with geotagging technology which tracks the customer in real time, so the ice cream will still get to them if they move.

Food Navigator reported last week on the test, which so far has been tried only in London’s Russell Square area. Ice cream is usually delivered in freezer bags along that has a temperature-controlled van.

General Mills said the idea was still evaluating the potential for the service, nevertheless servicing large events is usually one likely use.

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