New Ice Cream Flavors for 2023

America’s fastest-growing family-sized ice cream brand introduces three irresistible flavors – Neapolitan, Orange and Cream, and Campfire Peanut Butter Cup.

Celebrate National Ice Cream Day with Tillamook

TILLAMOOK, Ore., July 13, 2023 – Tillamook County Creamery Association (TCCA) is thrilled to announce the addition of three new flavors to its extra creamy Premium Ice Cream lineup. Just in time for National Ice Cream Day on Sunday, July 16, these new scoops are guaranteed to delight ice cream enthusiasts across the nation. Tillamook continues to outperform competitors, solidifying its position as the third most popular family-sized ice cream brand in the country for 2023.1

Indulge in the New Flavors

Whether you prefer to enjoy your ice cream in a cone, dish, or straight from the carton, you’re in for a treat with Tillamook’s latest creations. Let’s take a closer look at each flavor:


We’ve put our own delicious twist on the classic Neapolitan trio. This flavor combines three timeless Tillamook favorites: Old Fashioned Vanilla, Oregon Strawberry with real strawberry chunks, and a revamped Chocolate ice cream with an added chocolate ripple. Get ready for a truly delectable experience!

Neapolitan ice cream

Orange and Cream

Prepare for a burst of nostalgia with this limited-time flavor. Orange and Cream brings together the tantalizing combination of orange and sweet cream ice creams, reminiscent of the iconic 50/50 bars from your childhood.

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Orange and Cream ice cream

Campfire Peanut Butter Cup

Experience the essence of summer campfires with every mouthwatering bite. Indulge your senses in the rich flavors of toasted marshmallow ice cream, swirled with delectable fudge and studded with mini chocolatey peanut butter cups.

Campfire Peanut Butter Cup ice cream

Crafted with Care

Ian Moppert, Ice Cream Scientist at TCCA, explains the inspiration behind these new flavors, “We noticed a gap in our premium ice cream lineup and knew exactly how to fill it. Research indicated that nostalgia is a key ice cream trend for 2023. With consumers seeking reimagined classics, we developed these new flavors to leave our fans craving for more.” Moppert added, “Stay tuned for even more delicious surprises this upcoming holiday season!”

These new additions come at a time of significant growth for TCCA’s ice cream, which experienced a remarkable 35% increase in 2022. In a bid to further expand their reach and better serve Eastern states, the Oregon-based dairy co-op recently acquired its first ice cream manufacturing plant outside of Oregon, in Decatur, Illinois.

“At Tillamook, we pride ourselves on doing things the right way. Our ice cream, just like all our products, is made using only the highest quality ingredients. The difference is evident in every spoonful,” adds Moppert. “We refuse to take shortcuts. By using more cream, each bite becomes an exquisite, dreamy delight.”

Tillamook Ice Cream is readily available nationwide at popular retailers such as Target, Kroger, Albertsons, Safeway, and many other grocery stores. Locate a store near you at, and discover more about Tillamook at

About Tillamook County Creamery Association

Established in 1909 as a farmer-owned cooperative, Tillamook County Creamery Association (TCCA) is proud to have achieved the distinction of being a Certified B Corporation® (B Corp™). The association is committed to bringing the market the most consistent, best-tasting, and highest quality dairy products made using natural methods. With a belief that everyone deserves real, feel-good food every day, Tillamook® produces internationally recognized, award-winning cheese, exceptional ice cream, butter, cream cheese spreads, yogurt, and sour cream. These products are crafted with unwavering values that prioritize quality over profit. TCCA is owned by a group of farming families, primarily based in Tillamook County, Oregon. The association operates production facilities in Tillamook and Boardman, Oregon, and employs over 900 people statewide. The Tillamook Creamery stands as Oregon’s largest tourist attraction on the coast, drawing more than a million visitors annually. For more information about TCCA and Tillamook, visit

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1 In terms of absolute dollar sales change. Latest 52 weeks ending 05/21/2023, IRI POS.


Lindsey Brown, FleishmanHillard [email protected]

Austin Blythe, Tillamook [email protected]

SOURCE Tillamook County Creamery Association

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