LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa., April 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- What do you get when you combine the indulgence of gelato with goodies like fudge or a caramel cookie swirl? Some might call it a dream come true, but Turkey Hill Dairy calls it "Gelato Swirls."
The new five-flavor line-up combines the rich and creamy texture of gelato, but with added ingredients not often seen in traditional gelato flavors.
The product line-up includes varieties like Brownie Fudge, Mint Cookie Crunch, and Raspberry Chocolate. It also includes combinations like Caramel Peanut Butter and others like Caramel Cookie, an early fan favorite that borrows inspiration from the classic Cookies 'n Cream and Turkey Hill's popular All Natural Salted Caramel Ice Cream.
"Some of the best new products are ones that combine two great things to create an even better result," said Turkey Hill President John Cox. "We did it with iced tea and lemonade, and we've done it again with Gelato Swirls."
Gelato Swirls is the newest chapter in what has already been a busy year for Turkey Hill, as the company celebrates its 85th anniversary.
Gelato Swirls is available in 32-ounce sizes at select grocers and convenience stores where Turkey Hill products are sold. For more information, visit www.turkeyhill.com.
Located in the rich farming country of Lancaster County, Pa., Turkey Hill Dairy produces the fifth largest-selling premium ice cream brand and one of the leading refrigerated iced tea brands in the nation. Over the past 20 years, Turkey Hill has tripled in size and now sells products in 49 states and a dozen countries on three continents. The company believes part of its corporate responsibility is to be a good steward of its resources, community, and the world, and is actively defining and implementing green initiatives to cut down on waste, reduce packaging, and minimize outputs into the environment. Turkey Hill generates 25 percent of the Dairy's annual electricity needs by harnessing wind power through its own wind turbines located onsite at the Dairy. For more information about Turkey Hill Dairy, visit turkeyhill.com.
SOURCE Turkey Hill Dairy