Tennessee’s Ice Cream Brand Hattie Jane’s Creamery Launches in Nashville-Based Grocer Turnip Truck

Select pint flavors now available in all three natural grocery store locations.

(COLUMBIA, Tenn.) – Tennessee craft ice cream brand Hattie Jane’s Creamery will now be available in the frozen section of Turnip Truck, Nashville’s natural foods grocery store. Six flavors, including two seasonal favorites, are now available for $7.49 per pint in all three store locations, including East Nashville, the Gulch and Charlotte Avenue.

“It’s an honor to partner with Turnip Truck to share our product with the Nashville community,” says Hattie Jane’s Founder and CEO Claire Crowell. “Our missions align with an appreciation for fresh and local ingredients, which makes this partnership a natural fit.”

Available flavors include Mulekick Coffee, Burnt Salted Caramel, Peanut Butter & Brownie Batter, Toasted Coconut, Peach Cobbler & Vanilla Ice Cream (seasonal) and Sweet Corn & Blackberry Jam (seasonal). Flavor offerings and availability may vary based on season and location.

Turnip Truck Founder John Dyke added, “We are delighted to stock ice cream from Hattie Jane's Creamery in the Turnip Truck freezer section. These are delicious local products with a sweet story and top-notch local ingredients."

Turnip Truck is Nashville’s only full-service, locally owned natural foods grocer. With farming roots, the store brings the seasonal bounty of area farms to Nashville’s city-dwellers. Their shelves are stocked with the highest quality natural, local and organic foods available in three locations.

For more information about Hattie Jane’s product tastings and pop-up events, follow along on Instagram (@hattiejanescreamery) for the latest scoop. For ordering details, current flavors and to learn more about where to buy Hattie Jane’s, visit www.hattiejanescreamery.com.


Born and raised in Tennessee, Hattie Jane’s Creamery is a women-founded, women-led creamery and scoop shop serving small-batch craft ice cream, parfaits and baked goods since 2016. Each scoop begins with a proprietary ice cream base made using milk supplied by a local dairy farm, and the creative menu of seasonally rotating flavors—along with several permanent fixtures, including dairy-free and vegan options—takes shape as made-from-scratch ingredients and other goodies from local purveyors are incorporated onsite for the highest quality. With locations in Columbia, Franklin, Murfreesboro and Nashville, as well as nationwide shipping, Hattie Jane’s is the South’s premier craft ice cream brand. For more information, visit www.hattiejanescreamery.com, or follow along on Instagram and Facebook for the latest scoop.