Killer Creamery Partners with Raincoast to Protect Southern Resident Killer Whales

Healthy ice cream turns heroic on National Orca Day.

Killer Creamery celebrates National Orca Day by launching black keto ice cream. The healthy ice cream company is partnering with the Raincoast Conservation Foundation to raise funds for research and protection of Southern Resident Killer Whales, of which there are less than 80 remaining. The black ice cream, which contains all natural ingredients, zero added sugar, and activated charcoal, will be available for purchase on National Orca Day, July 14.

Louis Armstrong, founder of Killer Creamery, elaborates on the partnership stating, “Growing up in the Northwest, I have always been fascinated with Orcas. When I started this company I wanted the Orca to be the face (logo) of our organization. We want to help bring awareness and impact to efforts and organizations that protect these beautiful mammals.”

Killer Creamery invites the public to celebrate National Orca Day by indulging in an ice cream that has a purpose. The limited edition black ice cream, can be purchased at killercreamery.com. All profits from sales will be donated to the Raincoast Conservation Foundation to further their research and protection efforts of these precious animals.

Killer Creamery, a leader in healthy frozen desserts in the Northwest, is renowned for their keto friendly ice cream. The frozen dessert maker is based in the Pacific Northwest, in Boise, Idaho. Killer Creamery products are available in 700 + retailers nationwide. To learn more about Killer Creamery and their partnership with the Raincoast Conservation Foundation, visit killercreamery.com/save-the-whales.

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  • End commercial trophy hunting of large carnivores in the Great Bear Rainforest.
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Chris Genovali, executive director of Raincoast Conservation Foundation.
Chris Genovali, Executive Director

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