Proud Supporter of Ohio State University Athletics!
Hey OSU fans, make game time delicious with Perry’s Ice Cream – a proud supporter of Ohio State University Athletics! Perry’s is available throughout Ohio at Buehler’s, Giant Eagle, Meijer, Walmart, and other retailers. Find Perry’s near you using our flavor finder. Let’s go Bucks!
A Peak at our Variety
Leave room for dessert.
At Perry’s, we’ve got something for everyone. Whether you’re in the mood for a classic or feel like trying something new, you’re well on your way to finding your new BFF (best flavor forever) when you choose Perry’s.
The Scoop About Us
Perry’s Ice Cream is a Great Lakes regional brand that was founded in 1918 when H. Morton Perry purchased a milk route in Akron, NY – a small suburb just east of Buffalo. Using a family recipe for ice cream given to him by his mother, Morton began mixing small batches of ice cream on the kitchen stove in 1932 – beginning Perry’s Ice Cream as we know it today!
Flash forward to present day, Perry’s Ice Cream is a 4th generation owned and operated business. Using the same recipe passed down for generations, Perry’s Ice Cream is still slow cooked, one batch at a time. Perry’s uses fresh, local, high quality milk and cream to proudly craft and slow-cook its ice cream for an exceptionally creamy texture and taste that consumers have fallen in love with for over 100 years. Perry’s is the 26th largest ice cream brand in the country with products in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
Over the years, we’ve teamed up with some sweet partners in the communities we serve. Here’s a peek into just a few of the additional organizations we are partnered with in the Ohio community!
The good stuff is the best part.
At Perry’s Ice Cream, we think ice cream is one of the best parts of life—making the awesome moments better and the less great ones a little sweeter. How? Well, over 100 years ago, our ice cream company’s founder, H. Morton Perry, gave us our marching orders: “Make sure you put in enough of the good stuff.”