Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Tureky Hill Comes To Cincinnati

Grab your spoons Cincinnati ice cream lovers, the selection at your local grocery store just got larger. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania-based Turkey Hill Dairy today announced a deal that will put their ice creams in more than 80 Kroger stores throughout southwestern Ohio.

The agreement also includes Turkey Hill’s line of iced teas. Turkey Hill produces the nation’s top selling refrigerated iced tea and is the fifth largest distributor of ice cream.
The brand enters the region after thriving in Pennsylvania and parts of the northeast United States for more than 20 years. According to Turkey Hill president Quintin Frey, balancing distribution as far west as Cincinnati with the company’s commitment to product freshness is the primary concern with any new distribution deal.

“It comes down to quality versus quantity, and quality is always the number one priority,” said Frey. “Thankfully we’ve been able to do both with this deal. In the end, this is great news for everyone involved and not bad for a company that began 60 years ago with one man, one truck, and one milk route.”

The deal includes Turkey Hill’s Premium, All Natural, No Sugar Added, and Light Recipe Ice Cream products.
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Located in the rich farming country of Lancaster County, Pa., Turkey Hill Dairy produces the fifth largest-selling premium ice cream brand and the top-selling refrigerated iced tea brand in the nation. The third-generation, family-run dairy sells its products in a market that extends along the East Coast – from Maine to North Carolina. For more information about Turkey Hill, visit

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