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Aggie Ice Cream Celebrates Grand Opening of Its Second Store in Logan

Utah State University's historic ice cream extends its legacy with a new store opening.

By Braden Clark |

The makers of Utah State University's iconic Aggie Ice Cream are announcing the grand opening of a second store location at Blue Square, 1111 N. 800 East, Logan, next to the Aggie Chocolate Factory. The event, scheduled for Friday, Sept. 22, will feature a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 3 p.m., followed by an Aggie Ice Cream party until 7 p.m.

With a storied history dating back more than 100 years, Aggie Ice Cream has been serving up delightful flavors produced from cow to cone by USU students and faculty, becoming an integral part of Utah's cultural, educational and culinary heritage. The new location’s opening represents a milestone in the university’s commitment to offering the community its handcrafted ice cream, which is made on-campus by dedicated staff and students in the food science program.

Event Highlights Include:

  • First 100 Visitors Special: A commemorative cowbell for the initial 100 guests.
  • Special Discounts: $1 off all menu items.
  • Festive Activities: Giveaways, face painting, balloon animals and an exhilarating ice cream eating contest.

In addition to its ice cream, Aggie Ice Cream has long been an integral part of food science education in USU's Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences, providing hands-on experience in dairy production. This rich tradition of combining education with high-quality ingredients has set Aggie Ice Cream apart, ensuring that each scoop is infused with both passion and expertise.


Braden Clark
Marketing Manager
College of Agriculture & Applied Sciences


Bridgett Liberty
Aggie Ice Cream Manager
Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences


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