Edaleen Dairy will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Fairhaven Village Inn building at 1200 10th St., #104. Hours will expand as summer approaches. This will be local dairy’s sixth shop in Whatcom County.
The Fairhaven store will rotate 24 flavors of its delicious hard ice cream from more than 40 varieties that Edaleen Dairy creates, all from milk produced at its local farm north of Lynden.
“The farm is less than 2 miles from the processing plant and not many ice cream companies can transform milk into ice cream within 20-24 hours of leaving the cow,” said Mitch Moorlag, general manager of Edaleen Dairy. “It’s what makes us special and so amazingly fresh.”
Edaleen Dairy also will offer soft-serve ice cream, cones (waffle cones made in-house), sundaes, ice-cream cakes, milk and Ellenos Greek yogurt made from the farm’s milk. Seating is available.
“We feel the vibrancy of this Fairhaven location, across from the Village Green and at the beginning of the South Bay Trail to Taylor Dock and Boulevard Park, is a great fit for this new style of Edaleen Dairy store that has a stronger emphasis on ice cream,” Moorlag said. “Our affordable treats are enjoyed by families and people of all ages.”
Edaleen Dairy, founded in 1975 and selling ice cream since 1982, also has stores in Lynden (two), Ferndale, Blaine and Sumas. For more information, call (360) 220-9833 or visit www.EdaleenDairy.com.