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The Farmer’s Cow launches ice cream sandwiches

Farmers Cow Ice cream sandwich_oatmealThe Farmer’s Cow, Lebanon, Ct., introduced a new addition to its growing line of local “Made in Connecticut” dairy treats — Naturally New England Ice Cream Sandwiches. The new dairy product was created in collaboration with Sweet & Simple, a bake shop in Fairfield, Ct.

The ice cream sandwiches are locally made with fresh all-natural ingredients. The five flavor combinations were carefully chosen by pairing the perfect cookie with one of four different flavors of The Farmer’s Cow ice cream. The five sandwich flavors are:

  • Chocolate chip cookies & Hay! Hay! Hay! Vanilla
  • Chocolate sugar cookies & Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip Moo
  • Oatmeal raisin cookies & Hay! Hay! Hay! Vanilla
  • Chocolate sugar cookies & Fields of Mint Chocolate Chip
  • Chocolate chip cookies & Up Early Coffee

Farmers Cow Ice cream sandwich mintThe ice cream treats are available to customers at independent grocers throughout Connecticut as well as at The Farmer’s Cow Café & Creamery in Mansfield, Ct., and Sweet & Simple in Fairfield, Ct. Each cookie sandwich is individually wrapped with The Farmer’s Cow colorful signature brand. Sweet & Simple cookies are made from scratch with original recipes created by Sweet & Simple founder Michelle Jaffee.

The collaboration with Sweet & Simple is the latest partnership by The Farmer’s Cow to join with a small, family-owned business in Connecticut. The Farmer’s Cow has partnered with select growers and producers to sell Connecticut-sourced products including all-natural eggs, apple cider, seasonal beverages, coffee, and now, ice cream cookie sandwiches in addition to its line of fresh Connecticut milk and dairy products.

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