Michigan Company Combines Best-Selling Ice Cream Flavors to Create Cookie Dough Moose Tracks


WAYLAND, MI — A new ice cream created by a Michigan company combines two favorite flavors.

Introducing Cookie Dough Moose Tracks.

The flavor, which will arrive later this month courtesy of Wayland-based Denali Flavors, Inc., combines cookie dough flavored ice cream with delicious chunks of Moose Tracks chocolate chip cookie dough and swirls of the famous Moose Tracks Fudge.

In 2021, more than 100 million cartons of Moose Tracks cookie dough or ice cream were purchased in the United States, according to Nielsen sales data. Cookie Dough Moose Tracks was created as a prototype flavor in 2021 after massive fan demand.

“We’re thrilled to launch a flavor that we believe will become an instant fan favorite,” said Neal Glaeser, president of Denali Flavors, parent company of Moose Tracks. “The popularity of cookie dough flavors continues to grow and this particular concept, adding the sweet and salty flavor of Moose Tracks fudge, has been tested off the charts. We think it will be very well received by any decadent ice cream lover.

The flavor will be available in the frozen aisle of select major grocery stores nationwide later this month.

Cookie Dough Moose Tracks will be sold in 48 oz containers with a suggested retail price ranging from $3.99 to $4.99.


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