Two of Seattle's Native-owned companies conspire to make life a little sweeter

August 09, 2017

Eighth Generation will be collaborating with Central District Ice Cream Company to develop eight unique flavors for the month of September.  Last week, we received 100s of flavor and name ideas from our Facebook community, but we still need a little more input from you to decide which flavors to make!

After reading every single idea submitted, we created a short-list of 15 flavors that boldly celebrate the identity and culture of our brand and team members. Please help us out by voting for the flavors you would want to eat! 

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Want to see what these taste like for yourself? Join us on August 26th for our one year anniversary event at the Eighth Generation flagship store. Stay tuned for more information!

 

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