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Lusso is a Swiss ice cream manufacturer.

Pierrot

1970s?-1995

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Pierrot was owned by Pierrot-Friola, a division of Yoplait that owned the Pierrot ice cream brand as well as the Friola fruit brand.

Lusso Eldorado

1962–1995

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In 1962, Unilever started an ice cream brand in Switzerland, called Lusso Eldorado. The Heartbrand logo design of the time was used: five vertical red bars with the company name in a white oval in the middle.

Pierrot-Lusso

1996–1998

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In 1995, Unilever's Lusso Eldorado merged with Yoplait's Pierrot-Friola to form Pierrot Lusso. Lusso Eldorado's logo was updated to reflect this: "Pierrot" was added to the logo, the font for "Lusso" changed, and the horizontal line was removed. "Eldorado" was also removed from the company name entirely. This logo was short-lived, as Unilever updated the Heartbrand logo design in 1998.

1998–2003

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Lusso

2003–present

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In 2003, Yoplait ended their partnership with Unilever. Because of this, the Pierrot brand was retired, and the company name was shortened to just "Lusso". The Heartbrand logo design was also updated in 2003.

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