Celebrate National Ice Cream Month in July.
National Ice Cream Month was created in 1984 by President Reagan and has
been celebrated by Americans ever since. With world famous ice cream
produced right on campus by the BYU Creamery, Provo is a top-notch
location for celebrating all month long.
The Creamery started producing milk for the BYU campus in 1949 and
quickly added other dairy products, such as cheese and ice cream.
Originally, Creamery ice cream sold for 19 cents a quart. Today, a
half-gallon of vanilla ice cream sells for $3.99.
The Creamery on Ninth is recognized as the first ever full-service
grocery store on a college campus. At the 9th Street Grill, located
inside the Creamery on Ninth, you can choose from a number of ice creams
and grill items. With everything from classic cones to monthly sundae
specials created by the employees, your options are a wide array of
personal cones to dishes big enough for two.
Made with 2 to 4 percent more butterfat than other brands (with nothing
under 12 percent butter fat), Creamery ice cream is a smooth, creamy
favorite of students, faculty and the community. In 2006, the Creamery
on Ninth was awarded the "Good Neighbor Award" by the Provo Neighborhood
Program because of its contributions to the quality of life in Provo.
Improve the quality of your own life and share the joy of National Ice
Cream Month with friends at the Creamery this July.
BYU Creamery On Ninth
1209 North 900 East
Provo, Utah 84602
Monday - Friday: 11am - 9pm
Monday - Thursday: 11am - 11pm
Friday - Saturday: 11am - midnight
Fall/Winter Store Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 7am - 11pm
Friday - Saturday: 7am - midnight