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To all our fans and supporters, Swell ice cream will be exiting our ice cream business over the next couple of months. You will be seeing many retailers marking down our products as they close them out. This was an extremely difficult decision for all of us at Swell and we want to THANK YOU all for your ongoing support.
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Swell Ice Cream, the Perfect Pregnancy TreatJune 21, 2017
We couldn’t be more excited that our friend and lifestyle blogger, Chandice Probst of This Vivacious Life, has announced she’s pregnant with her 4th child. She’s having a baby boy who her other children think should be named Willy, Stuart or Bob (no, seriously). On her blog, Chandice shared her experience being pregnant for the […]
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Our pal and RDN with a sweet tooth, Carrie Gabriel of Steps2Nutrition, got creative in the kitchen to create a guilt-free recipe that’s just as perfect for parties as it is for a sweet family treat. The combination of chocolate chip cookie cups and Swell Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Ice Cream simply can’t be beat. […]
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Food Business News: High-Protein Ice Cream Q&ADecember 17, 2018
The better-for-you ice cream category continues to see exciting growth; with a more than 35% increase in unit sales, according to SPINS. One product benefit attracting shoppers to the category is high protein, but there’s an inconsistency in how those claims are marketed. Make sure not to miss this Food Business News Q&A with our founder, […]
At Swell Foods, we LOVE our dogs. In our office we have a Great Dane named Leo and we want to keep your furry friends safe too! Xylitol is not safe for dogs and even small amounts can be life threatening. All Swell Ice Cream contains 7 grams of Xylitol in a ½ cup serving. Please see this article for more information by the Vet Centers of America for more knowledge of products with Xylitol visit here. If you know your dog has consumed Swell Ice Cream or any other product with Xylitol, please call your vet immediately or the Pet Poison Helpline (800-213-6680).