Welcome to Frosty Boy New Zealand
It’s summer in the late 1960s and kids are enjoying happy, worry-free lives at the beach, riding bikes and hanging out with friends. What better way to cool off than going down to the local dairy and purchasing a Frosty Boy Soft Serve cone or Thick Shake? It is memories like these that make Frosty Boy so popular. Forty years later, these people are now watching their children and grandchildren create their own great memories, whilst they try to reclaim their own. This is the Frosty Boy story.
The Original Vanilla flavoured Soft Serve, Kiwis have been buying this classic since the 1960’s. Ideal for those hot summer days.
Delicious Vanilla flavoured soft serve that is ideal for those hot summer days, but with less fat.
Our Frosty Boy Yoghurt flavouring creates that little bit of extra flavour for those who wish to be a little more extravagant as it ignites the taste buds.
A delicious flavourful icy cold drink that is great for those hot summer days. Slushi is a perfect way to cool down and experience that great Frosty Boy taste.
These syrups are a delicious way to enhance your Milkshake or Thickshake by simply adding a dash of flavouring to create your favourite milky drink.
Check out our range of Frosty Boy merchandise! We have men’s crew neck t-shirts; women’s crew and v-neck; youth and kids’ sized t-shirts, caps and bucket hats – all in time for the Kiwi summer!
The Frosty Boy Timeline
1960s The Start
Originally Frosty Boy was launched in the Sth Island as a small independent business, establishing itself in local dairies & stores across NZ to become an icon.
1980s Rise and Fall
During the peak of its popularity, this beloved Kiwi icon could be found across the country. Frosty Boy then changed hands a few times which led to a dormant era.
2007 New Owners
Milligans Food Group Ltd purchased and manufacture Frosty Boy from their Oamaru site to supply dairies, stores, fuel stations and food chains around the country.
2017 The Relaunch
Milligans relaunched the Frosty Boy brand to New Zealand in 2017, with the aim of restoring the icon. This included the website and merchandise too!