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The story of the Newport Creamery begins in 1928, with a wholesale milk business located at 79 Van Zandt Avenue in Newport, Rhode Island. The company survived the depression and emerged, as a retail operation owned by Samuel M. Rector, one of the original partners.
In 1949 the ice cream and food manufacturing plant was built and a second restaurant opened, this time in Pawtucket. In the next decades, scores of new restaurants opened throughout Rhode Island and into Massachusetts. Over the years, the Newport Creamery has become much more than just an ice-cream store. Each Newport Creamery restaurant becomes part of the neighborhood, a place where friends meet to enjoy themselves. Please click here for the current locations.
The Jan Companies bought Newport Creamery in December 2001 after the Creameries previous owners declared bankruptcy and closed several of its locations. Currently the Jan Companies own and operate 13 locations, 2 of which are in Massachusetts. The Creamery offers significant value to customers, with a wide variety of freshly prepared wholesome foods and frozen treats. The Newport Creamery's homemade premium frozen desserts include the companies highly popular signature shake, the Awful AwfulŽ.
To purchase any merchandise from Newport Creamery, you may visit one of our local stores. If you are from out of state, please feel free to visit our website at www.newportcreamery.com.
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