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Menu Change Explainer

If you’ve been to one of our scoop shops since we reopened last Friday, you may have noticed a few changes to the sizing options on our menu. This post details those changes. What we changed SCOOPS There are now two standard scoop sizes featured on our menu board: “Single” and “Double.” Both names mean exactly…

Shop our Flash Sale right now

Quantities are limited. Limited time only—while supplies last. Pricing is temporary. Due to high demand and limited inventory, orders cannot be guaranteed. Enter the sale Select pints are $7.50. Quantities are limited. Selection varies by location and may not be the same as online. Limited time only—while supplies last. Pricing is temporary. Purchases must be…

L.A. Plants For Pints: March 13-15

We’ve got a lot going on these days in Los Angeles. Our Los Feliz shop—our first-ever West Coast spot—will open soon. Stay tuned! But up first this weekend, we’ll be partnering with six Los Angeles-area Whole Foods Market stores to raise a little money for the Whole Planet Foundation and to have a little fun…

Valentine’s Weekend in Bangkok

We’re not sure what it is about our scoop shops, but they’ve always been beacons of love. They’ve hosted so many engagement photos and proposals. One even hosted a full-on wedding. And who knows how many first dates have been shared over scoops of Salty Caramel? During Valentine’s weekend we hope to continue the tradition…

Mint Maven Val Jorgensen

Val Jorgensen: registered nurse, breast cancer survivor, organic farm owner-operator, mint maven. We’ve worked with Val since 2003, the year she grew a couple of pounds of organic peppermint for Jeni to use in her first batch of Backyard Mint ice cream. Since then, we look very forward to this time of year, not only so we…

The Prodigal Sundae!

LeBron James, northeast Ohio’s prodigal son, has returned to the fold! We’re celebrating the Chosen One’s second stint with the Cavs the only way we know how: with ice cream. When you step into any shop this weekend, consider ordering what we basketball fans here at Jeni’s are enjoying right this very moment—the Prodigal Sundae: Salty…

Of Ice Creams and In-Season Berries

Recent photos from Hirsch Fruit Farm means two things: berries are in season and more of your favorite summertime ice creams are returning to the menu. Stay tuned for specific release dates, which we will announce very soon. Meanwhile, have a look at these jewel-like berries from Hirsch’s south central Ohio fields. The beautiful, ruby strawberries…

New Eye Candy: Flavor From the Midwest Posters

If you’re fortunate enough to be near a scoop shop, we hope you’ve been able to sample the new Flavor From the Midwest: Distant + Familiar collection: Cherries Kickapoo, Pineapple Upside Down Cake Buttermilk Frozen Yogurt, Cantaloupe & Sun Tea Sorbet, and Saison With Sunflower Seeds & Golden Flax. We also hope you’ll take a moment…

Cultured Key Lime Pie Frozen Yogurt’s Many Muses

We like to share everything about how our ice creams come to life. Doing so, we hope, connects you a little more to the ice cream. But, how an ice cream tastes and how it was made are just two facets of the built-from-the-ground-up process at Jeni’s. In addition to procuring the best ingredients and…

Grass-Grazed Milk News You Can Use

We’ve got some news you can use: Snowville and Jeni’s are celebrating a breakup. Here’s how, here’s why. Have you had Snowville Creamery’s yogurt? It’s crazy good and we’re super in love with it around here. In order to supply the growing demand for their amazing yogurts, Snowville needs to use all of the milk available…