When we #SpendLikeItMatters at PoC-owned small businesses, we tip the scales of economic justice toward a more fair and equitable society. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce a special racial justice ice cream collaboration with Sweet Alchemy!
Together, we’ve created three fabulous flavors of ice cream that showcase ingredients from local PoC-owned businesses – Fulcrum Coffee, Jerk Shack, Off the Rez, Pot Pie Factory, and Salvadorean Bakery.
- BREW THE RIGHT THING – Single origin Fulcrum Coffee ice cream with a Jerk Shack coconut caramel swirl.
- VEGAN DO THIS TOGETHER – Lemon blended into a vegan coconut ice cream with Off the Rez jam and Pot Pie Factory vegan pie crust.
- HISTORY IN THE BAKING – Chocolate ice cream with Salvadorean Bakery cookies and chocolate ganache.
Pre-order: September 1-September 6
- CLICK HERE to order your limited edition pints via the Sweet Alchemy website.
Pick-up: September 11-13
- All pick up orders will be available at Sweet Alchemy Ballard – 1555 NW Market St.
Delivery: September 12-13
- Delivery is available within 15 miles of Seattle
- If you would like to place an order for delivery beyond that radius, please contact [email protected] (minimum quantity: 12 pints).
In addition to supporting local PoC-owned businesses, a portion of the proceeds from this racial justice ice cream collaboration will be donated to Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Chief Seattle Club, and BLOC.
Join us in supporting economic and racial justice — one pint at a time!
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One response to “I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Racial Justice”
oh heck yes!