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Do they still make grapenut ice cream in Jamaica?

by Yvonne
(Milwaukee, WI )

Jamaican GrapeNut Ice Cream by Kremi

Jamaican GrapeNut Ice Cream by Kremi

Question about: Jamaican Ice Cream

Do they still make grapenut ice cream in Jamaica? If so, does anybody know what cities in the U.S. might sell it?

Answered by: Wellesley Gayle

Hi Yvonne,

Welcome to the club of Grapenut lovers!

Oh yes, we certainly do! And it is still one of the all time favourite here!

I don't do ice cream as much, but when the family presses me, you can be sure that Grapenut is going to be it!

Some of the top suppliers that comes readily to mind her are:

  1. Devon House
  2. Kremi
  3. Crazy Jim &
  4. Island Diaries

Unfortunately, I don't see where it is sold overseas, meaning outside of Jamaica. I'm not saying that it doesn't exists but I am not aware of it.

In fact, I spoke to Kremi, one of the major suppliers here and the rep told me that they don't have any outlet in the States.

I however, welcome comments and suggestions from my online readers who can shed any additional insight into this.

By the way, here is a page I wrote about Jamaican Ice Cream. Be sure to read it if you want additional information on flavours, distributors, etc.


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