Howdy Homemade, whose mission to promote inclusivity and provide meaningful employment for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDDs), announced a significant expansion of its retail footprint.
Now, customers across Texas and Louisiana can enjoy Howdy Homemade's delicious and purpose-driven ice cream at hundreds of H-E-B and Albertsons Companies Inc. stores. The ice cream is available by the pint at H-E-B stores now, and will be in Albertsons, Tom Thumb, Safeway and Randalls stores starting Sept. 11.
Pints of six unique flavors, each showcasing a Howdy Homemade Hero on the label, are available in retail stores, including:
- Chocolate As All Get-Out: the most chocolatey chocolate with rich fudgy flakes
- Cookie Nom’Ster: blue sweet cream with chocolate cookie crumbles
- Salted Caramel: ribbons of sweet and salty caramel swirled in a creamy vanilla
- Strawberry Milkshake: muddled fresh strawberries churned in a vanilla sweet cream
- Birthday Cake: a party of vanilla cake and rainbow sprinkles mixed in sweet cream
- Cold Brew & Cookies: creamy coffee infusion with chocolate cookie crumbles
"We're overjoyed to extend our reach and share the love of Howdy Homemade ice cream with even more communities," said Tom Landis, Founder of Howdy Homemade. "Our partnerships with these retailers have been invaluable in making this expansion possible, and we're grateful for their unwavering support."
Currently, the brand offers sampling at many of these grocery stores, showcasing unique flavors and inspiring stories, while providing employment opportunities for those with IDDs. With this new expansion, Howdy Homemade is poised to introduce its mission-driven ice cream to even more families while continuing to champion equality and empowerment in the workplace.For those interested in experiencing the joy of Howdy Homemade's inclusive ice cream and contributing to their mission, the products will be available in the frozen treats section of H-E-B, Albertsons, Tom Thumb, Safeway and Randalls grocery stores throughout Texas and Louisiana.