There is a woman and Black-owned ice cream brand on the market. Creamalicious is moving up swiftly in the dessert world. The company was founded by Liz Rogers, who serves as the company’s president and executive chef, according to a Facebook post. Back in March, Evan Fay tagged Gianna Fay in a message announcing their partnership with a premium ice cream brand that takes Southern-inspired desserts and infuses them into ice cream. Evan also mentioned that Creamalicious is one of the first Black-owned ice cream brands in mass production to be sold nationwide.
“We are humbled and blessed to be a part of this game-changing company and to see our little ones OWNING their part of history 😊 Please take some time to check out and support Creamalicious Ice Creams FB, IG and website. Thanks!,” a tagged Facebook post read.
“Whether it’s exchanging a wink with your aunt who’s making a fresh pie or playing outside until the street lights come on, Creamalicious will always represent a little fun, a little cool, and a lot of love. Cherish the moments. 🍨🤎 Get your favorite flavor(s) of #Creamalicious online today…,” the post informed.
The company’s Instagram page announced that the brand can be delivered right to your door with nationwide shipping. In another message, Instagram followers were informed that Creamalicious is now available at select Walmart store locations.
“#Georgia, #Alabama, #Ohio, and #SouthernCalifornia, you’re up first. You can now stop by your local #Walmart stores to pick up your favorite flavors of our chef-inspired “2-in-1” desserts. They’re oh so southern, and oh so Creeeamalicious! 🍨🍨,” the Instagram post said.
According to FOOD and WINE Creamalicious’ seven ice cream flavors can now be found at Walmart stores nationwide. Porch Light Peach Cobbler, Granma GiGi Sweet Potato, Right as Rain Red Velvet Cheesecake, Thick as Thieves Pecan Pie, Slap Yo Mama Banana Pudding, Uncle Charles Brown Suga Bourbon Cake, and Aunt Poonie’s Caramel Pound Cake are the names of the sweet treats.
“I love Walmart for taking a chance and partnering with me,” Rogers, who is a Cincinnati-based restaurateur, said. “It is a historic moment as Creamalicious is the first African American, female-owned national ice cream manufacturer in the history of the company.