Chester Springs Creamery Officially Added to State’s Renowned Ice Cream Trail

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Image of the Chester Springs Creamery at Milky Way Farm via MediaNews Group.

The Chester Springs Creamery at Milky Way Farm, one of the most popular spots to get homemade ice cream in Chester County, has been officially added to the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture’s Ice Cream Trail, writes Michael Rellahan for the Daily Local News.

The agri-tourism program started with one trail that linked 12 creameries in Pennsylvania’s eastern and south central regions. After a very popular inaugural season, this expanded into three trails with a total of 32 stops for 2019.

The Chester Springs Creamery is now one of the 10 stops on the eastern trail. Among its delicious offerings are Bessie’s Black Raspberry, Molly’s Mint Chocolate Chip, and Summer’s Sweet Strawberry.

To kick off the 2019 ice cream trail season, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding joined local and state officials earlier this week at the historic 103-acre farm.

“The only thing better than eating delicious ice cream is knowing your purchase supports Pennsylvania farms and Pennsylvania’s economy,” said Redding. “Learning the story of how food is made and seeing that connection between the cow and the cone adds even more fun.”

Read more about the Chester Springs Creamery in the Daily Local News here.

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