Hudsonville Ice Cream - Holland Michigan

Seems like just about every time we get up to Coloma, we find a new local product that we can try to substitute for something in our normal grocery store shopping/dining routine.  This time it was in the frozen section with Hudsonville Ice Cream.  They have a cute 'turn' on the normal "Moosetracks" ice cream that is fitting with the region:  Michigan DeerTraxx (Which...looking at the packaging...they've apparently trademarked!)

Turns out, they're based in Holland Michigan and have been around for 85 years.
We don't buy a ton of ice cream at the grocery store, but Hudsonville Ice Cream will now join the ranks of Pioneer Sugar - which is made from Michigan beets - as a local product we'll give preference to in our shopping.

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