Alden’s Organic Ice Cream channels cake, cookies in new offering
Alden’s Organic, a company specializing in the creation of organic ice cream, has announced that it will be relaunching three classic flavors with clean organic versions.
The Eugene, Ore.-based company will be using milk and cream from cows not treated with the artificial growth hormone rBST or antibiotics. Artificial ingredients also will be left out. The flavors being relaunched are:
Alden’s Organic Birthday Cake: Cake-flavored ice cream with ribbons of purple icing;
Alden’s Organic Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough: Vanilla ice cream with bites of organic chocolate chip cookie dough and chocolate chips; and
Alden’s Organic Peanut Butter Fudge: Peanut butter ice cream with swirls of organic fudge and peanut butter.
“At Alden’s, we make ice cream using ingredients you can feel great about eating,” Michelle Hunt, vice president of marketing at Alden’s Organic, said. “All of the delicious mix-ins we use — icing, fudge and cookie dough — are as simple, clean and delicious as our organic milk and cream.”
Each of the new flavors will be available in 1.5-qt. cartons with prices ranging from $6.99 to $7.99, in natural food stores and grocers nationwide beginning February.