Snoqualmie Ice Cream Kicks Off Ice Cream Season with 10 New Flavors

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French Toast Biscotti, Organic Lavender, Organic Mixed Berry, and more add a Pacific Northwest touch to National Ice Cream Month.

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Our mission to make everything as perfect as possible for our customers is something we take very seriously. I feel like with these new flavors, especially with our new organic line extension, we really held up to our promise.

July is National Ice Cream Month, and Snoqualmie Ice Cream is celebrating with their 2017 lineup of 10 new super-premium ice cream flavors, 7 of which are UDSA Organic-certified from the Pacific Northwest.

Snoqualmie Ice Cream and Snoqualmie Organic Ice Cream are both vat-pasteurized, slow cooked, and crafted in small batches with extra cream and very little air, resulting in the creamiest ice cream on the market. Many of Snoqualmie Organic Ice Cream’s ingredients are sourced locally from neighboring Pacific Northwest farmers and businesses, including Jacobsen Salt Co., and USDA Organic-certified grass-fed milk and cream, organic eggs, organic berries from Oregon, and organic cane sugar.

Snoqualmie Ice Cream received B-Corporation certification earlier this year for its social sustainability and environmental performance standards. The family-owned company’s eco-conscious property and manufacturing facilities include onsite rain gardens, bio swales, pervious concrete, solar panels, energy efficient equipment, LED sensor lighting, and more, in order to reduce its carbon footprint while making the highest quality super-premium craft ice cream. They are the first ice cream business to become a B-Corp in the Pacific Northwest.

“Our mission to make everything as perfect as possible for our customers is something we take very seriously,” said Barry Bettinger, owner and founder of Snoqualmie Ice Cream. “I feel like with these new flavors, especially with our new organic line extension, we really held up to our promise.”

The ten new Snoqualmie Ice Cream and Snoqualmie Organic Ice Cream flavors for 2017 are:
French Toast Biscotti Custard: Ice cream for breakfast? We think so. Maple French toast custard with crispy biscotti bites.
Salted Caramel: Sweet and salty caramel sauce is rippled through creamy salted caramel frozen custard.
Chocolate Brownie Crunch: Belgian chocolate frozen custard with swirls of brownie batter, chewy fudge brownies, and semi-sweet chocolate crispy cereal pearls.
Snoqualmie Organic Mixed Berry: Sweet honey vanilla ice cream with USDA Organic-certified Northwest berries from Oregon.
Snoqualmie Organic Vanilla: A true classic, made with with organic Madagascar vanilla.
Snoqualmie Organic Chocolate: The smoothest Belgian chocolate ice cream.
Snoqualmie Organic Cookies n’ Cream: Sweet cream ice cream with a hint of vanilla and crushed chocolate cookies.
Snoqualmie Organic Lavender: Sweet cream ice cream infused with organic lavender buds.
Snoqualmie Organic Mint Chip: Peppermint frozen custard with tiny Belgian dark chocolate chips.
Snoqualmie Organic Salty Caramel: Sweet and salty caramel ice cream.

The new 2017 flavors are available in pints at most grocery stores in the Northwest (WA, OR, ID, AK, MT) and Southern California with retail prices between $3-$8 per pint, and can be shipped nationwide by ordering online from snoqualmieicecream.com.

To learn more about Snoqualmie Ice Cream or to find a store near you, visit snoqualmieicecream.com.

About Snoqualmie Ice Cream

Snoqualmie Ice Cream is a family-owned, certified B-Corporation that makes super-premium craft ice cream in small batches at the company’s sustainable factory in Snohomish, Washington. Snoqualmie Organic Ice Cream is USDA Organic-certified, and committed to using the very best simple ingredients, including USDA Organic-certified milk and cream, eggs, and berries, from family farms in the Pacific Northwest. All products are sweetened with USDA Organic-certified cane sugar, and are vat-pasteurized to slow cook the ingredients without scorching the cream, allowing each flavor to have its own unique recipe and a taste as close to homemade as possible. Snoqualmie Ice Cream promises to make the most perfect organic ice cream, and hopes to help make the world a better place by staying true to its values and using their profits for the greater good.

For a full list of Snoqualmie Ice Cream products, retail locations, news and more visit http://www.SnoqualmieIceCream.com, and @snoqicecream on social media.

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