The brand will also distribute free ice creams at 11 government schools in all five states where it is operating to mark \'Children\'s Day\' on November 14.
Hangyo, the Mangalore-based ice cream brand has unveiled new brand logo on 13th November, reports Hindu Business Line.
The logo was unveiled at a function organised by Hangyo at SDM Mangalajyothi Integrated School at Vamanjoor, on the outskirts of the city.
The logo was unveiled by N Santosh Hegde, former Lokayukta of Karnataka.
The ice cream brand has its presence in Karnataka, Goa, Hyderabad, southern Maharashtra, and parts of Kerala. It has a network of around 5,200 retailers and 90 channel partners.
The company has manufacturing facilities at Heroor village in Udupi district and at Kirawatti village of Uttara Kannada district in Karnataka.
“Hangyo, which is a regional brand, has ambition to go national with ‘Make in India’ principle” said, Pradeep G Pai, Managing Director, Hangyo.
The brand will also distribute free ice creams at 11 government schools in all five states where it is operating to mark ‘Children’s Day’ on November 14.