Cream, Sugar, Condensed Skim Milk, Whole Milk, Strawberries (strawberries, Sugar, Water, Pectin, Red Beet Concentrate,Citric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Locust Bean Gum, Gellan Gum, Calcium Chloride), Strawberry Base (strawberries, Sugar, Water, Natural Flavor, Corn Starch,Citric Acid, Red Beet Concentrate [color]), Egg Yolks, Tara Gum, Guar Gum, Citric Acid.
It is made with equipment that also makes products containing peanuts, soy, tree nuts, and wheat.Contains: Milk, Egg.
Tillamook® Ice Cream Oregon Strawberry. Since 1909 Really Creamy. No artificial growth Hormones* Tillamook Country Creamery Assn. Farmer owned. The best taste every day. With Natural Flavors. Smooth, delicious strawberry ice cream with pieces of sweet, Ripe Oregon strawberries. 1.75 Qt (1.66 L). Smile.You're about to eat Tillamook Ice Cream. What makes Tillamook Taste So Creamy? The farmer- owners of Tillamook have been making rich, creamy ice cream since 1947.We create this extra-tasty flavor using ripe, juicy Oregon strawberries known around the world for their sweetness. Farm-fresh milk and eggs yolks make it super smooth and delicious.No other ice cream can lick it. Sweet Ride. Back in the day, Tillamook kids on bikes would chase this creamy white container for miles. What’s in a name? Tillamook is a Native American word for "land of many waters”.Since we started making ice cream back in the 4os, it's also come to signify “Land of many wonderful sundaes." Smooth Sailing. IN 1855, the schooner Morning Star carried fresh dairy products from Tillamook, Oregon up the coast to Portland. Today, our ice cream returns the favor by carrying a small morning Star on each carton. Do yourself a flavor . Go to Tillamook.com and do a little re-cone-aissance. You’ll feel like a kid in an ice cream shop (or "shoppe," if you're more old- fashioned). *All farmers who supply milk for tillamook products pledge not to use artificial growth hormones. the fda has stated that no significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rbst treated and non-rbst treated cows. Thank You for buying Tillamook and helping keep our family farms strong. Questions? Comments? Please visit Tillamook.com/Contact.
Tillamook County Creamery Association
Creamery Association County, OR 97141