Creamalicious, from local business owner Liz Rogers, is now available online and in certain Meijer locations.
The flavors include Right as Rain Red Velvet Cheesecake, Thick as Thieves Pecan Pie, Slap Yo Mama Banana Pudding, Aunt Poonies Caramel Pound Cake and Granma Gigi’s Sweet Potato Pie.
“We pride ourselves on being innovative with our whimsical desserts that pair fresh baked pastries with homemade ice creams that are delicious and made with the freshest ingredients,” the Creamalicious website says.
There are several local Meijer locations in Oakley, Dent, Northgate, Fairfield, Eastgate, Loveland, West Chester and Milford. There are also stores in Cold Spring and Florence, Kentucky.
Rogers opened Mahogany’s at the Banks in 2012 until it was shuttered in 2014. The eatery shut down after failing to pay state sales tax. Rogers was told to pay back $100,000 in $800 monthly installments. The city forgave $183,391.
Rogers announced her two new businesses one day after the city forgave part of her loan: a food truck called Mahogany’s Wing Champs and Creamalicious.
This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Local Black-owned brand Creamalicious ice cream is now available at Meijer
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