Susanna’s Ice Cream available in the freezer case home-made right here and packed with flavour (with no additives of any kind » ever «) in pints, half-pints, scoop-size, and now in cones too! Susanna’s—Taste the difference!
Susanna’s ice cream and dairy-free sorbets are handmade right here at Sweet Berry Farm, using local ingredients whenever possible, including fresh cream from Arruda’s award-winning dairy in Tiverton, Sweet Berry Farm fruit in season, and freshly roasted beans from Middletown’s Custom House Coffee.
More exotic ingredients include the best Belgian chocolate, Australian ginger, and vanilla beans from Tahiti and Madagascar.
All of Susanna’s ice creams and sorbets are free from stabilisers, preservatives, artificial flavours, and added colourings. They are made with pure cane sugar only—no corn syrup or artificial sweeteners—and Arruda’s Dairy cream is BGH-free and non-ultra-pasteurised.
(Click here to see what one taste-tester had to say about Susanna’s!)
“Susan, the charming ex-pat behind Susanna’s Ice Cream.”
British food writer Neil Davey (aka “DineHard”), travelling the highways ofAmerica’s East Coast for MSN Food, stopped in at Sweet Berry Farm to meet Susanna and sample Susanna’s Ice Cream. Click here to find out more.
“Susanna's excellent indulgent ice cream”
Not all these flavours will be available every day, but special orders are always welcome in season. Hear about all our latest flavours from our Flavour Updates.
Click here to see what people have said about Susanna’s Ice Cream and find out more about Susanna, and click here to let us hear your thoughts and suggestions, or tell us how you use Susanna’s.
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My advice to you is not to inquire into why or whither, but just enjoy your ice cream while it’s on your plate; that’s my philosophy. Don’t forget that we’re getting through the recession by the skin of our teeth!
— Thornton Wilder, The Skin of Our Teeth, Sabina’s opening monologue