Bay News: Then & Now By Judy Salamacha In the early 1990s, American bestselling author, Christopher Moore, wrote his debut novel, “Practical Demonkeeping,” while working as a waiter at the Harmony Pasta Factory. Read the full article…
KSBY.com | San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Area News A tiny town along the north coast of San Luis Obispo County is considered the “heart of the Central Coast,” at least to the 18 or so people who live there. Colorfully quirky and quaint, the town of Harmony has a way of drawing people in. Read the full article … Read More
KSBY’s Christina give you the low down on 10 things to do in Harmony, CA – Population 18. Read the full article here.
It’s always the season for ice cream, but that’s especially true in summertime. So, Harmony Valley Creamery’s vintage ice cream truck is stocked with the tiny town’s trademark dessert. Read More.
Does sweltering summer heat have you searching for soothing treats? Here’s the scoop on locally made ice cream and gelato. Read More
Our craft ice cream has hit a retail shelf and we couldn’t be more giddy! That’s correct, a single retail shelf. Our good friends at Soto’s True Earth Market in Cambria, CA is the first retail market to carry our Signature Flavor line of craft ice cream in pints. Just to kick things off – we will be giving away free mini taster cones on … Read More
Madagascar, renowned for its high quality vanilla, is the world’s leading exporter of the spice, accounting for half of global production. Cyclone ENAWO struck the island on March 7, 2017, wiping out a significant portion of Madagascar’s vanilla crop. The cyclone made a direct strike on Antalaha and Sambava, the two largest vanilla producing areas. Demand and prices for pure vanilla have been … Read More
Woo hoo! Our new site has launched, and the view sure is nice from up here. Congratulations on finding our bovine blog — where you’ll find big news about our tiny town, the whereabouts of our Scoop Truck, local retailers that carry our tasty pints of pure delight, and much more! Visit early and often for the latest and greatest … Read More
Harmony has humble beginnings, dating back to 1869 when it was established as a dairy settlement by Swiss immigrants. The area was made up of a creamery and a number of dairy farms, the owners of which maintained tense rivalries until 1907, when a truce was called and the community chose the name “Harmony” as a declaration of their commitment … Read More
Of course ice cream is a “fun food”, but getting an “A” grade from the SLO Tribune during the 2016 California Mid-Sate Fair only confirms what we already knew: Harmony Valley Creamery ice cream is “Udderly Awesome.” Read the full article here.
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