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Turkey Hill Ice Cream Tastes Homemade Because Of
The Cows
By Carly Weaver
Whether you’re making your own at home or getting a scoop from a local mom-and-pop shop, there’s nothing quite like the taste of homemade ice cream. While some great ice cream brands can cost upwards of $13 for a pint, the lesser-known Turkey Hill offers a fantastic homemade taste at $5 for a half gallon, all thanks to their cows.
Hailing from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Turkey Hill proudly touts on its website and ice cream cartons that the milk in its products is sourced from local cows within 75 miles. These local and fresh ingredients, along with the company’s investment in the health and happiness of their cows, have led to better-quality goods that produce richer, premium-tasting ice cream.
Turkey Hill’s Simply Natural Ice Cream avoids additives like artificial flavors, high-fructose corn syrup, and stabilizers, with their Simply Natural Vanilla being made from only nonfat milk, cream, sugar, and vanilla. From their Belgian Style Chocolate to Praline Pecan, Turkey Hill offers flavors for everyone.