Pennsylvania’s “Scooped: An Ice Cream Trail” is back to provide a cool tasty treat for the summer and ways for visitors to meet the masterminds behind each tub of ice cream. Chester County has two of the 42 creamery stops up for visiting, writes Sue Gleiter for Penn Live.
Started in 2018, the ice cream is a partnership between the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and its PA Preferred program, The Department of Community and Economic Development’s Tourism Office, and the Center for Dairy Excellence. As there are over 5,200 dairy farms in the state, it acts as an educational and business-oriented opportunity for the visitors and farms.
Those who visit at least six creameries this summer and report it on the ice cream trail website will get an stainless steel ice cream scooper. This promotion ends Sept. 9.
The two Chester County creamery participants include Baily’s Dairy of Pocopson Meadow Farm at 1821 Lenape-Unionville Road in West Chester and Milky Way Farm at 521 E Uwchlan Avenue in Chester Springs.
Read more about the ice cream trail at Penn Live.