Christmas Milk Products Hit Atlanta Supermarkets

Christmas Milk

Christmas Milk says its products—Christmas Milk eggnog and ice cream—will be available in Atlanta supermarkets in time for the holiday season.

With a French Vanilla taste, Christmas Milk is rich in flavor, the Frisco, Texas, company says. The now all-natural, gluten- and hormone-free recipe will offer the same great taste fans of “The Elves’ Favorite Drink” have come to love, with no artificial ingredients or high fructose corn syrup, according to the company. Inspired by its French Vanilla Eggnog, Christmas Milk ice cream comes in three flavors: Sea Salt Caramel Swirl, Chocolate Swirl and Original French Vanilla Eggnog.

Christmas Milk was first conceptualized in 2009 after founder Heidi Fausel lost her job of nine years. She and her husband decided to embark on a new business adventure to create their newly-adopted son’s favorite drink, and something he had enjoyed while in foster care—eggnog. In the spirit of the holiday, and a testament to a cause that is near and dear to their hearts, the Fausels donate a portion of Christmas Milk sales each year to groups that help children in state care programs find their forever homes.

“Our passion for creating Christmas Milk originated with our eldest son and allowed us the opportunity as parents to show our children that they should never hesitate to go after a dream,” says Heidi Fausel. “It’s truly been a labor of love for us creating this product and we’re dedicated to perfecting it while keeping our primary mission in focus. By expanding the brand to include products families can enjoy year round, we can continue our donation efforts well beyond the holiday season.”

Christmas Milk eggnog and ice cream are available in 32-oz. bottles and 1-pint cartons and can be purchased now in Kroger supermarkets across the Atlanta area.

 

 

 

 

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A former newspaper editor and publisher who has handled digital duties for The Shelby Report since 2011. She once enjoyed leisurely perusing the grocery store aisles but, since having a baby in 2016, is now an enthusiastic click-and-collect shopper.

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