Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream has a simple mission - to make the best ice cream possible.
They use fresh hormone free milk and cream from farmers that they know personally in Lewis County New York. Using only fresh milk and cream, as opposed to condensed milk or dry milk solids, creates a clean taste that is reminiscent of home made ice cream.
They use absolutely no stabilizers, preservatives or unnatural emulsifiers.
Their product are distributed exclusively out of their own classically redesigned ice cream trucks in New York City and Connecticut. Check out their website for exact locations.
A truck is parked daily, 1-7 p.m. at Prince Street at Greene Street.
Recyclable cups and spoons are made from sugar and corn husks, and 1 percent of profits helps protect endangered species.
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