The All Natural truth: What’s really in other brands of all natural ice cream?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on August 11th, 2017


Turkey Hill’s All Natural Ice Cream line-up is something we’re very proud of. The 20-flavor line includes flavors that are made with only the simplest of ingredients, like milk, cream, sugar and natural flavors (our All Natural Homemade Vanilla contains just FOUR ingredients). In many ways, it’s ice cream the way ice cream used to be made with Turkey Hill first started more than 80 years ago.

Turkey Hill All Natural Raspberry ChocolateAnd while many ice cream lovers will acknowledge that going “all natural” is naturally smart, it begs the question: What exactly does “all natural” mean and what is (and isn’t) in various all natural foods?

To shed some light on the dilemma when it comes to ice cream, we did a side-by-side comparison of the ingredients in our All Natural Ice Cream to the ingredients lists of its competitors. The results reveal a stark difference between Turkey Hill’s simple recipe and other “natural” and “all natural” options loaded with guar gum, xanthan gum and other additives and stabilizers.

Check our our website for a closer look at our comparison. The page includes a chart comparing the ingredients found in various brands of ice cream, more info about the ingredients and the six short, entertaining videos (like the one above and the one below) that call out the all natural ambiguity of its competitors’ products.

Because when it comes to all natural ice cream, simpler really is better.

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Facebook Highlights: How many ice cream flavors have you tried? (And what does it say about you?)

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on August 8th, 2017


Facebook Highlights: How many ice cream flavors have you tried? (And what does it say about you?)

Well folks, National Ice Cream Month is over, but is that really going to stop you from enjoying ice cream during the other 11 months of the year? No. Ice cream is year-round awesome, so don’t let anything get in your way of grabbing a

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Our last National Ice Cream Month prize: How will you keep the ice cream celebration alive all year long?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on July 31st, 2017


Our last National Ice Cream Month prize: How will you keep the ice cream celebration alive all year long?

bowlsIs it true? Is it really almost over? We’re talking about National Ice Cream Month, which wraps up today with the end of July and the arrival of August. And while the month-long national celebration of ice cream may come to an end, that doesn’t mean you

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Second Scoop: Which ice cream flavor would you create in our Taste Lab?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on July 26th, 2017


Second Scoop: Which ice cream flavor would you create in our Taste Lab?

Many of you may have paid a visit to the Turkey Hill Experience, located just 10 minutes from the Dairy here in Lancaster County, but we’re happy to announce a new addition to the Experience. Actually, it’s more of an upgrade. Recently, the Experience’s popular

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5 things you might not know about milkshakes (and our next prize!)

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on July 18th, 2017


5 things you might not know about milkshakes (and our next prize!)

pic4We hope everyone’s National Ice Cream Month is going well. And by “well,” we mean you’re enjoying plenty of ice cream!

You can enjoy ice cream in many forms, of course. Bowls and cones are a popular choice, but you can also indulge with a milkshake

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Who wants s’more? (Plus 5 fun facts about s’mores!)

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on July 13th, 2017


Who wants s’more? (Plus 5 fun facts about s’mores!)

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When it comes to camping food, one menu item reigns supreme: the s’more. The graham cracker, chocolate and marshmallow treat is easy to make (just three ingredients!) and pretty darn tasty, too.

That’s why we’ve turned the campfire dessert into our summer Limited Edition flavor with

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National Ice Cream Month Prize #1 – How are you celebrating this month?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on July 4th, 2017


National Ice Cream Month Prize #1 – How are you celebrating this month?

JULY 1 - Ice Cream Month CalendarIf your July calendar looks a little bit like the one above, that’s okay because it’s National Ice Cream Month! 31 Days of ice cream, ice cream and more ice cream and we’ll be delivering exactly that right here on the Ice Cream Journal. Ice

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Second Pour: The history of ice (part two)

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on June 30th, 2017


Second Pour: The history of ice (part two)

pic4Yesterday, we told the story of the history of an ingredient that’s very important in the creation of iced tea, but it’s equally important (if not more so) in the creation of ice cream. Of course, we’re talking about ice.

Of course, ice has been around since

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Second Pour: The history of ice (part one)

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on June 29th, 2017


Second Pour: The history of ice (part one)

We’re closing out National Iced Tea Month with a fascinating two part series on the history of ice. That’s right, the history of ice. It doesn’t sound fascinating, but it really is! Here’s part one (best enjoyed with a tall glass of iced tea…with ice).

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Facebook highlights: Which iced tea flavor matches your personality?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on June 22nd, 2017


Facebook highlights: Which iced tea flavor matches your personality?

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A couple announcements. First, we hope everyone is having a great summer so far, even though the best season of the year is only a day old.

Second, it’s National Iced Tea Month, which means we’re hosting an ICED TEA SOCIAL on our Facebook page this Saturday from

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