Mayfield Ice Cream is a Southern classic– ever since I moved to Georgia in 2006, that iconic yellow carton is everywhere! I was so excited to partner with Mayfield to showcase the relaunch of the brand, returning to its original name from 94 years ago : Mayfield Creamery. I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate, than with a DIY ice cream party with my favorite neighborhood kiddos!
Originally founded as Mayfield Creamery, the company believes returning to the “Mayfield Creamery” brand name bests represents the values and traditions of the brand, and their time-honored commitment to making the finest quality ice cream, that can only come from a real dairy.
Although Mayfield Creamery ice cream has rebranded and refreshed its packaging, customers can still expect the same great taste that families have grown to love and trust since 1923. The new Mayfield Creamery logo has been adapted from the classic circular Mayfield Dairy Farms logo, recognized by generations of families across the Southeast. The packaging now features a delivery truck set against the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, representing the brand’s origin as a milk company and their southern roots.
Over the years, Mayfield has offered signature and classic ice cream flavors that their fans crave and developed exciting new recipes inspired by southern dessert traditions, each crafted to ensure the same homemade taste that’s delighted families since their very first batch in 1923.
New flavors this year include Lemon Ice Box Pie, Summer Berry Swirl, Sea Salt Caramel Cheesecake and Candy Jar Crunch.
Mayfield is offering an array of limited edition flavors this year, such as Cherry Chocolate Chip and Banana Pudding, as well as seasonal favorites Pumpkin Pie and Peppermint Stick.
Mayfield Creamery ice creams, with the same rich taste and traditions families have grown to trust, can be found in stores across the Southeast including Walmart, Kroger, Publix, Harris-Teeter, Bi-lo, Lowes, Ingles, Winn-Dixie, Food City and Target stores (Suggested Retail Price: $5.99).
*This post is sponsored by Mayfield Creamery, but all opinions are my own.