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Coming to Rocket Market: small-batch, locally-sourced Sweet Annie’s Artisan ice cream

Sweet Annie's Artisan Creamery offers Bee's Knees ice cream. It is a butter-flavored with swirls of local honey and homemade honeycomb candy. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)
Sweet Annie's Artisan Creamery offers Bee's Knees ice cream. It is a butter-flavored with swirls of local honey and homemade honeycomb candy. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

Ice cream from the small-batch, locally-sourced Sweet Annie’s Artisan Creamery can now be found at Rocket Market.

Sweet Annie’s ice cream could previously be found only at local farmers markets and events as well as online. (Sweet Annie’s offers a subscription service.) Now, the boutique ice creamery is in the process of expanding from cart and web sales to also doing wholesale business. Rocket Market is its first wholesale account.

Sweet Annie’s is owned by Annie Stranger, who started the business in 2015 after moving back to her native Inland Northwest. Before that, she spent nearly 10 years working in marketing in New York City.

Today, Sweet Annie’s popular flavors include the honey-swirled Bee’s Knees, Vanilla Veracruz and Elephant Tracks with malted milk chocolate and marshmallow crisp chunks.

On the web: anniesicecreams.com.

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