Pennsylvania ice cream company to be featured on History Channel

An iconic ice cream brand from central Pennsylvania will be featured in an upcoming episode of “Modern marvels.

Cameras will take viewers behind the scenes of Turkey Hill in Lancaster County for The History Channel broadcast at 10 p.m. on March 7.

The show is hosted by food writer and culinary entrepreneur Adam Richman who travels the country to local factories and stores for an insider’s view on how some of America’s favorite foods are made.

“The insider stories about these legendary entrepreneurs and technical culinary wizards who never stop pushing boundaries are a fascinating part of American history, and I’m thrilled to walk the public through it all,” Richman told About the show.

The episode with Turkey Hill will explore how Armor Frey started the business with a milk delivery route. Today, Turkey Hill makes ice cream as well as novelties and cold drinks such as iced teas.

“Turkey Hill is thrilled to be able to share with viewers the passion and commitment our team members put into crafting each of our products in the upcoming ‘Modern Marvels’ episode,” said Tim Hopkins, General Manager. of Turkey Hill.

Another Central Company from Pennsylvania, Caputo Brothers Creamery in Spring Grove, York County, was featured on the February 28 episode of “Modern Marvels.”