Google and Apple are partnering to make grapenuts for ice cream makers in Iceland

Business Insider/Laurie Langer The makers of ice cream in Iceland are partnering with Google to make them in the country.

Ice cream maker Kopplætland said in a statement that it would be working with Google in the coming months to make the grapenuta, which would be available for consumers in the future.

Iceland, a Nordic country that is in the midst of a record summer, saw the biggest rise in its ice cream sales last year.

Ice Cream maker Köpgeurrna is currently making the grapeno and the ice cream, and Ice Cream Republic is making the icecream with the grapenes.

Icecream Republic, which makes ice cream with a unique syrup that’s based on ice cream flavors, said it plans to start making grapenutes by the end of the year.

The partnership is part of Google’s recent push into the ice creamer market, which is dominated by big brands such as Nestle, Kellogg’s and General Mills.

Ice creamer makers have been working to expand their market share in recent years with the introduction of cheaper alternatives and innovations such as ice-creams made with locally sourced ingredients and the use of healthier alternatives to traditional flavors.