Only a few Colombian shops do business along the lower end of Paterson, New Jersey's Main St., near the border with Clifton, a district better known for doner kebab and baba ghanoush than for pan de bono. Just this one, to my knowledge, pays homage by name to its Turkish and Middle Eastern neighbors. ("Sultana" also suggests that the owner is a woman.)
Pork-friendly Colombian items, of course, are no enticement to passers-by who keep halal, but housemade cremas might be. In Jackson Heights, these ice pops are generally known as helados; in the Tremont section of the Bronx, a Puerto Rican rarity called limber fills the same market niche. To free the crema from its plastic cup, roll it back and forth between your hands as if you're hatching a plot. Once the surface has been slightly warmed, the crema can be loosed and resheathed as necessary. Shown: a guanabana go-cup on a stick ($1).
Panaderia La Sultana
907 Main St. (Elk-Robert Sts.), Paterson, New Jersey