Locally-made Berrynaked popsicles might soon find their way into ice chests at Highland Park ISD schools.
“They want to make it a part of the plated lunches at the elementary and a more a-la-carte feature for the higher grades,” said Heather Kim, who owns the Inwood Village-based Berrynaked with her husband, Gavin.
HPISD spokesperson David Hicks said the district would likely have an answer for the Kims sometime this summer.
The University Park couple started serving up frozen confections and fresh purees in their shop in 2014, determined to offer their neighbors healthy desserts and “anytime” snacks. The Kims said they were impressed with the district’s commitment to that same idea.