There’s no need to scream—we’ve found ice cream scoops made in the USA! Whether you choose to buy one (or more) for yourself, or you share them as gifts, you’ll soon be scooping your favorite ice cream, gelato, or frozen yogurt with joy!
American Made Ice Cream Scoops
We’ve all heard the saying:
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM!
That’s because Americans LOVE their ice cream just about as much as they love their all-American hot dogs, apple pie, and baseball. What’s more American than buying ice cream scoops made in America?
You can choose from artisanal ice cream scoops made with hand-carved wooden handles, scoops with warming liquid in the handles, spades, and more.
Did you know?…
The first ice cream scoop with fluid inside the handle was made by an American, Sherman Kelly, in 1933. The unique design transferred heat from the user’s hand, warming the fluid, which in turn warmed the dipper, to make scooping hard ice cream much easier. The company is still in business today, The Zeroll Company.
Why Buy a Made in the USA Ice Cream Scoop?
It’s true you can find cheaper ice cream scoops on the market, but what you won't get are quality construction and great customer service. Besides, USA-made ice cream scoops also are reasonably-priced. Plus, you’ll be supporting American workers who take pride in their efforts while they’re thinking about you, the end-user. You’re contributing to your own national and local economies. The metal, wood, and other components used are food-grade approved, meaning you don’t have to be concerned about ingesting harmful chemicals. Every company we list utilizes sustainable efforts at some level to help protect the environment for future generations. Finally, when you buy made in the USA, you’re participating in a long, rich manufacturing history that stretches back as far as the 1930s.
Here’s the scoop on USA companies serving up your favorite ice cream scoops!
If you notice that we have missed your favorite American-made ice cream scoop brand, please let us know in the comments and we will add them to our list! This list is constantly being updated, so bookmark and check back often. If we missed a source you love, post it in the comments so we can include it with our next edition.