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Sep 12, 2009 05:10 PM

Found - Kawartha Ice Cream in TO

Just in case anyone was having a craving... McEwen's has Kawartha Ice Cream. Just managed to get a big container of Moose Tracks. Can't wait to crack it open :)

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  1. I get it at Shoppers Drug Mart.

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    1. re: JamieK

      I have been out of it :) Thank you so much for the tip!

      1. re: Otonabee

        Shoppers may not have a wide selection of flavours of the Kawartha product, I don't know because I usually get vanilla, but I bet anything it's way less costly than at mcewan's.

    2. Bruno's in Delisle Court at Yonge and Heath carries it, although I don't know about that specific flavour.

      1. Although the retail ice cream they sell in stores is vastly superior to pretty much anything else you can get out there - I still find it is not nearly as good as what you get when you go to a Kawartha Dairy in person - the store bought home size tubs seem more 'whipped' and 'light' and less dense and creamy as you would get when you get it straight in the cone!

        Either way, when I have the craving, I have been getting it at Pusateri's for a good 12 months now.

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        1. re: Sadistick

          i go to a mom and pop ice cream shop in markham for kawartha. they carry a decent selection of flavours. i usually stick w a double scoop of the moose tracks though. they are near corner of highway 7 and ninth line.

        2. You can buy Kawartha Moose Tracks at Costco.

          1. We get our fix whenever we visit friends at Fenellon Falls. We go to Slices and Scoops. I can't believe the amount they give you for the price. We've also had very good ice cream at Swims With Loons (they're on the street behind Slices and Scoops - it's a house converted into a store with an ice cream stand outside). I don't believe they're Kawartha Ice Cream, but just as creamy and tasty IMHO (also generous scoops).