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From Ice Cream Shoppe to Grocer’s Freezer Shelves

For the first time ever, Mitchell's of Chicago is offering eight super-premium ice cream flavors in grocers throughout Chicagoland. Using the original recipe from Mitchells of Chicago ice cream on top1931, Mitchell's overloaded their ice creams with decadent toppings like rich dark chocolate chips, creamy caramel and silky fudge.

Flavors include:

Banana Chocolate Chip. Dark chocolate chips folded into rich, creamy all-natural banana ice cream.

Chocolate Chip. An abundance of dark chocolate chips folded into creamy Madagascar bourbon vanilla ice cream.

Chocolate Chocolate Chip. Dark chocolate chips folded into rich, creamy chocolate ice cream for a sweet cocoa experience.

Mint Chocolate Chip Cookie. Creamy mint ice cream loaded with crumbled Oreo sandwich cookies and dark chocolate chips.

Mocha Chocolate Chip. A smooth and aromatic blend of rich mocha ice cream and dark chocolate chips that will awaken your senses.

Vanilla Bean. A silky-smooth ice cream luxury made with fine Madagascar bourbon vanilla and vanilla beans.

Vanilla Bean Caramel Ribbon. Made for gooey caramel sauce sundae lovers, delicious thick n’ rich caramel sauce ribbons throughout creamy vanilla bean ice cream with an extra layer of sultry caramel on top.

Vanilla Bean Fudge Ribbon. Thick, rich hot fudge sauce ribbons throughout creamy vanilla bean ice cream with an extra layer of thick fudge sauce on top.

These super-premium ice creams are now available throughout Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana in major grocery chains, including Jewel-Osco, as well as many fine independent grocers, including Strack & Van Til, Ultra Foods, Sunset Foods, Pete’s, Valli Produce and Angelo Caputo’s. Each pint of all-natural ice cream boasts a suggested retail price of $3.49-4.49.

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