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HERE'S THE LO-DOWN

 
 

We use only the highest quality, grass fed, organic milk and cream from the happy cows at Pure Eire Dairy.

We pick the most delicious ingredients from farmers who prioritize organic and sustainable practices—and believe that the freshness of local ingredients just makes our ice creams taste better!

Because our dairy is not over processed and we source locally or make our mix-ins by hand, our ice creams taste more 'real' than most.

People often comment that our flavors taste homemade and remind them of ice cream they had when they were young.

Because we don't use loads of unrecognizable stabilizers, Sweet Annie's Ice Cream is more wholesome—and more perishable than commercial brands.

It will keep longer (a couple months) if air is kept off the surface of the ice cream with a little parchment or saran wrap.  

We make our ice cream in the Philadelphia Style, which does not use eggs.

Eggs may be present from time to time in our mix-ins, though, so if you have an allergy, please ask before ordering. We also cannot guarantee against nut or soy allergens.

 
 

WE SOURCE LOCALLY, FROM THESE GUYS...

Achille Farms
Carver Farms
Chatteroy Cheese Co.

Fleur de Provence
Footehill Farms
Joseph's Grainery
Linc Foods (distributor)
Little Red Canoe Farm
Orlisson Brewing
Pure Eire Dairy
Tonnemaker's Fruit
Townshend Winery
Vessel Coffee Roasters

Walter's Fruit Ranch
...and more!

 A friendly hello from Spokane Family Farms!
 

THERE'S BEEN TALK OF US

 

Hi, I'm Annie!

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I believe in the ability of food to transport us, inspire us, and produce joy from the inside out. 

Before moving back home to the Northwest, I worked as a Graphic Artist in New York City for almost a decade. It was there that I really learned to eat—and to appreciate the local fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, and dairy products brought to the city from the Hudson Valley. 

For a year, I dedicated myself to eating seasonally and locally—introducing myself to foods I'd never seen before by trying to cook them myself. For the first time ever, I understood what it meant to eat with the seasons. I discovered that when my diet followed the seasons, I was more connected to my food and my place. I realized fully the delicious difference between what is grown with care, and what is grown at mass scale.

Back home in the Northwest, I've been inspired to explore what our community farmers can offer, and how those foods can be translated into joyful experiences through ice cream. I started Sweet Annie's Artisan Creamery to have a delicious adventure, and I sincerely hope you'll join me!

–Annie