What is the most popular Turkey Hill ice cream flavor?

What is the most popular Turkey Hill ice cream flavor?

What is the most popular Turkey Hill ice cream flavor?

Mint Chocolate Chip
To find the answer, Turkey Hill Dairy polled more than 4,000 of its fans on social media and its Turkey Hill Nation fan club. After the votes had been counted, it was Choco Mint Chip (aka Mint Chocolate Chip) that emerged as the frosty favorite.

Is Turkey Hill real ice cream?

Turkey Hill Simply Natural Premium Ice Cream is made with simple, natural ingredients and a little extra cream for unforgettable richness.

How many flavors does Turkeyhill make?

80-90 different flavors
Overall we make about 80-90 different flavors and products every year. We also make an extensive line of Iced Teas and Fruit Drinks. This includes flavors like Lemon Tea, Raspberry Tea, and Peach Tea. The fruit drinks include flavors like Strawberry Kiwi Lemonade and Orangeade.

Does Jewel sell Turkey Hill ice cream?

Turkey Hill Ice Cream Premium Original Vanilla – 48 Fl. Oz. – Jewel-Osco.

What is America’s least favorite ice cream?

Birthday Cake/Cake Batter, 2% Birthday cake ice cream is an ice cream made with birthday cake batter and flavorings, including sprinkles. However, it comes in as the joint least favorite flavor for Americans, with only 2 percent choosing it as their top flavor.

What is the mystery flavor of Turkey Hill ice cream?

Blueberry Pancake
Turkey Hill revealed that the mystery flavor is Blueberry Pancake, combining breakfast and dessert “to create a taste so delicious you’ll scoop up seconds every time.”

Why does Breyers ice cream not melt?

Great shock was also portrayed in the video when ice cream left out for 10 days had developed mold. However, the claims that Breyers ice cream doesn’t melt have been smashed apart. An investigation by Snopes clarified that the vanilla-flavored product under review was actually a frozen dairy dessert, not ice cream.

What’s the Turkey Hill mystery flavor?

What happened to Turkey Hill ice cream?

Turkey Hill Dairy, the Lancaster County manufacturer of premium ice creams and iced tea, is being sold by its parent company, Kroger to Peak Rock Capital, a Texas-based private equity firm. Peak Rock will continue to operate Turkey Hill out of the dairy’s facility in Conestoga, Pa.