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Tillamook Tillamookies Ice Cream Sandwiches, Mint Chocolate Chip
Two waffle cone cookies with delicious dark chocolate coating, sandwiching mint chocolate chip ice cream made with fudge chips. Really creamy ice cream sandwiches. Farmer owned since 1909. The best taste every day. No artificial growth hormones (All farmers who supply milk for Tillamook products pledge not to use artificial growth hormones. The FDA has stated that not significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBST treated and non-rBST treated cows). Made with waffle cone cookies. With other natural flavors. Smile. You're about to eat a Tillamookie. What makes a Tillamookie such a treat? The farmer-owners of Tillamook proudly bring you really creamy mint chocolate chip ice cream, with fudge chips. Sandwiched between waffle cone cookies with a dark chocolate coating, it's what you call a well-rounded treat. Crispy Waffle Cone Cookies: Perfectly crisp and scrumptious, just like a waffle cone you'd find in an ice cream shop. Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream: Tastes extra cool and refreshing, thanks to a farm-fresh milk and sweet fudge chips. Dark Chocolate Cookie Coating: On each crispy cookie, there's a rich dark chocolate coating. How sweet is that? What's in a name? Tillamook is a Native American word for land of many water. A Tillamookie, on the other hand, is just really good to have in the other hand. Smooth Sailing: In 1855, the schooner Morning Star carried fresh dairy products from Tillamook, Oregon up the coast to Portland. Today, our Tillamookies return the flavor by carrying a small Morning Star on each wrapper. Thank you for buying Tillamookies and helping keep our family farms strong. Do yourself a flavor. Treat yourself to a Tillamookie in vanilla bean, Oregon strawberry, salted caramel and chocolate hazelnut. You'll find them all chillin' at Tillamook.com. All farmers who supply milk for Tillamook products pledge not to use artificial growth hormones. The FDA has stated that not significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBST treated and non-rBST treated cows. Questions? Comments? Please visit Tillamook.com/Contact.