Release: Front Porch Ice Cream Now Available at Lowe’s Foods, Food Lion, Ingles Markets and BI-LO

Mooresville Ice Cream Company announces its new Southern style ice cream, Front Porch, is now available at Lowe’s Foods, Food Lion, Ingles Markets and BI-LOs throughout North and South Carolina.

“The demand for Front Porch has been amazing, and we’re only months into the launch,” said Robert Acree, Mooresville Ice Cream Co.’s general manager. “I can’t tell you how happy we are that our down-home styled flavors are now even more readily available to our rapidly growing customer base.”

Front Porch is a new line of ice cream from the Mooresville Ice Cream Company that has been producing high quality, down-home ice cream in North Carolina for 88 years. The line features uniquely crafted Southern flavors in homespun flavors: Sweetie Tea, Blackberry Crumble, Nana’s Banana Pudding, Lemony Sunshine, Chocolate Rocker, Scarlett Red Velvet, Sassy Strawberry, Peachy Keen, Sublime Key Lime, Black Cherry Twilight, Homestyle Butter Pecan, Praline Costal Crunch, Dreamy Vanilla Cream and Mountain Mint Chip.

Front Porch Ice Cream is also available at its authentic ice cream parlor located at the original creamery in downtown Mooresville, which is still fully operational today. A newly renovated and expanded parlor will open at the site this spring.

About Mooresville Ice Cream Company, LLC:
Mooresville Ice Cream Company, LLC, maker of Front Porch Carolina Churned Ice Cream, has been using the freshest and highest-quality ingredients to produce premium ice cream since 1924. Founded by B.A. Troutman and R.C. Millsaps in Mooresville, N.C., this family-owned business focuses on producing exceptional, hand-crafted ice cream. Its latest brand, Front Porch Carolina Churned Ice Cream, offers flavors inspired by memories of Southern summer nights rocking on the front porch, including Sweetie Tea, Scarlett Red Velvet and Nana’s Banana Pudding. It will be available in Carolina grocery stores in February, 2012. For additional information, please visit