|Founder||Jackson Smith, Wes Jones & Khatera Ballard|
|Headquarters||Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.|
Number of locations
|Pints are available in major retailers such as Whole Foods Market, Kroger, Fresh Market, specialty markets and Atlanta-area restaurants.|
|Products||Ice Cream and novelties|
Honeysuckle Gelato is an artisan gelato and sorbet company in Atlanta. After selling from a food truck, the company opened its flagship store in 2015 in Ponce City Market in Atlanta. One of their products won an award from the University of Georgia's Flavors of Georgia competition.
History[edit | edit source]
Jackson Smith returned to his hometown from New York City and began making gelato and sorbet in his parents' kitchen for family and friends. His childhood friend, Wes Jones, and another friend, Khatera Ballard began talking about the idea of selling the gelato and sorbet. The group started the Honeysuckle Gelato Food Truck.
The Honeysuckle Food Truck allowed the company to gain a following. The Honeysuckle Food Truck is housed in Atlanta's Food Truck Park.
References[edit | edit source]
- Endolyn, Osayi (2015-03-01). "How Honeysuckle Gelato went from food truck treat to freezer aisle favorite". Atlanta Magazine. Retrieved 2018-03-21.
- Fuhrmeister, Chris (2017-09-28). "What You'll Find at Monday Night Brewing's New 'Garage' Facility in West End". Eater Atlanta. Retrieved 2018-03-21.
- Cameron, C. W. (2016-07-27). "Made in Georgia: Honeysuckle Gelato Serves Up Treats While Doing Good". Atlanta Restaurant Scene. Retrieved 2018-03-21.
- "A complete list of the 2018 Flavor of Georgia winners - Atlanta Restaurant Scene". AJC.com (Atlanta Journal Constitution).
- "Photo Gallery: Honeysuckle Lemon Basil Gelato - Atlanta Restaurant Scene". AJC.com.
- "Honeysuckle Gelato - Faces of Manufacturing in GA". Faces of Manufacturing in Georgia. Retrieved 2018-03-21.
- "Ready the Champagne. Ponce City Market Is Opening the Gates".
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