Made with Premium Turkey Hill Ice Cream with milk and cream.

Turkey Hill Orange Fruit & Cream Bars
  • About This Item


    Colors From Natural Sources

    Good Source of Vitamin C


    No Artificial Flavors

    No High Fructose Corn Syrup

  • Allergens


    The FDA requires the eight major food allergens to be listed on food labels: milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, and soybeans.

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Nutrition Facts

Servings Per Container 6

Serving Size
1 bar (78g)

Amount Per Serving

Calories 150

% Daily Value

Total Fat 7 g9%

Saturated Fat 4 g20%

Trans Fat 0 g

Cholesterol 25 mg 8%

Sodium 105 mg 5%

Total Carbohydrates 19 g 7%

Dietary Fiber 0 g0%

Sugars 17 g

Added Sugars 10 g20%

Protein 3 g

Vitamin C 10 mg10%

Vitamin D 0 mcg0%

Calcium 80 mg6%

Iron 0 mg0%

Potassium 140 mg2%

*The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Contains: MILK

Additional Info: Gluten-Free

UPC: 0-20735-11277-9

Explore all the great Fruit & Cream Bars flavors from Turkey Hill

Corn Syrup

Thick sweetener made from corn used to add sweetness to foods and drinks.

Annatto Color

A natural coloring that is used to produce yellow, orange, or red colors. Derived from the seeds of the Achiote tree. In small amounts it is virtually flavorless.


The dairy liquid that remains after the making of cheese. Used in foods to add solids.


H2O. The basic ingredient in the cells of most living organisms.


A sweetener made from sugar cane or sugar beets. Used to add flavor to food and drinks.

Sodium Citrate

The sodium salt of citric acid used in foods and drinks as a flavor-enhancer or preservative.


The liquid left behind after churning butter. Used to create a rich texture and as an ingredient in baked goods that may be included in ice cream as part of a flavor profile.


A thickening agent used in food and drinks that is made from a red, edible seaweed.

Cellulose Gum

A natural thickening agent made from the cell walls of plants.

Citric Acid

An acid derived from citrus fruits to enhance flavor and preserve food. Used as either a flavor or preservative in some food and drink.

Orange Pulp

The inner flesh of the orange.

Orange Juice Concentrate

Orange juice that has had the excess water removed in order to create a stronger flavor and thick consistency.

Nonfat Milk

The thin milk left when whole milk is separated from its fats. Also referred to as skim milk.

Natural Flavors

Naturally occurring ingredients used to enhance or create a flavor.

Concentrated Lemon Juice

Produced by removing the excess water from crushed or juiced fruits to create a specific flavor.

Mono & Diglycerides

Ingredients used to keep oils and water from separating.


An opaque, white liquid produced by cows.

Lemon Juice Concentrate

Produced by removing the excess water from crushed or juiced fruits to create a specific flavor.


The thick liquid containing the fats in milk.

Concentrated Apple Juice

The filtered juice of fresh apples.

Ice Cream Mix

A homogenized ice cream that is extra smooth and creamy.

Orange Base

Orange flavor used to create a consistent base for dessert products.

Carrot Concentrate and Apple Concentrate

Carrots and apples that have excess water removed to create a stronger flavor and thicker consistency. It is often used as a natural food coloring.