After Walmart faced backlash for its Juneteenth ice cream, fans urged people to buy Creamalicious, a Black-owned brand. Its CEO says they focus on their products, not politics.

News
1 week ago
660 likes
204 comments
After Walmart faced backlash for its Juneteenth ice cream, fans urged people to buy Creamalicious, a Black-owned brand. Its CEO says they focus on their products, not politics.

Published Sunday 19 June 2022

Creamalicious has become more known following backlash of Walmart's Juneteenth ice cream. But the brand is focused on its ice cream, not politics.

African Americans Americas Backlash Economy Food Amp Drinks Food Drink Ice Cream Ice Creams Lifestyle Penny Hardaway Walmart

Details About the Article "After Walmart faced backlash for its Juneteenth ice cream, fans urged people to buy Creamalicious, a Black-owned brand. Its CEO says they focus on their products, not politics."

This article was originally published by Business Insider and was recommended by Drinks48.com a couple of days later due to its popularity. It has gotten a lot of attention and 204 comments have been submitted since it was published in June of 2022. The article "After Walmart faced backlash for its Juneteenth ice cream, fans urged people to buy Creamalicious, a Black-owned brand. Its CEO says they focus on their products, not politics." is a news post and categorized as Drinks by drinks48.com and the main topics includes African Americans, Americas, Backlash, Economy, Food Amp Drinks, Food Drink, Ice Cream, Ice Creams, Lifestyle, Penny Hardaway & Walmart.

drinks48.com is the best news aggregator website on the web for news about drinks.