Which Chapman's products are made with 100% Canadian milk?
ALL of our products that contain milk ingredients are made with 100% Canadian milk. The only Chapman's products that do not contain 100% Canadian milk are water ice treats, such as Super Lolly's, Li'l Lolly's, and Sorbet.
Which Chapman's products are peanut/nut free?
Chapman's offers many peanut/nut free products. Original ice cream, Sorbet, and a variety of novelties are peanut/nut free. Not all of our products are safe! Always look for the red peanut/nut free flag.
Which Chapman's products are gluten free?
Chapman's is proud of the fact that all of our Original ice cream products in 2 litre and 4 litre sizes are gluten free. Also some stick novelties. Just look for the Gluten Free symbol on our packaging!
Which Chapman's products are lactose free?
Our No Sugar Added/Lactose Free 1 litre ice creams and novelties along with our Sorbet line of products and Super Lolly's are all lactose free. Look for the butterfly on our packaging!
Does Chapman's make no sugar added or low carb products?
Chapman's No Sugar Added/Lactose Free 1 litre ice creams and novelties were specifically developed to meet the needs of people on sugar restricted and low carb diets. Look for the flower on our packaging!
Which Chapman's products are alcohol free?
- Original 2L Strawberry
- Original 2L Tiger Tail
- Frozen Yogurt 2L Saucy Strawberry
- Frozen Yogurt 2L Cookies & Cream
- Sorbet 2L Orange
- Sorbet 2L Rainbow
- Original 4L Cotton Candy
- Li’l Lolly Banana 28 Pack
- Li’l Lolly Triple Treat 28 Pack
- Original 11.4L Strawberry
- Original 11.4L Tiger Tail
- Original 11.4L Rainbow
- Original 11.4L Grape
- Frozen Yogurt 11.4L Strawberry Swirl
- Sorbet 11.4L Orange
- Sorbet 11.4L Rainbow
- Sorbet 11.4L Raspberry
- Thermal Cup Strawberry
- Thermal Cup Orange Sorbet
- Holiday Moments 1.5L Shortbread
The NEW Chapman's 2L Tub:
Our new, paper-based packaging is SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) certified, meaning that the pulp used to produce our tubs is sustainably sourced from Canadian forests, with careful consideration given to preserving biodiversity, maintaining wildlife habitat and sustainable harvest levels, and protecting water quality. To learn more about SFI, click here.
- Other Benefits:
- Our new containers are classified as a "gable top" carton, and can be recycled anywhere that accepts milk cartons
- 30% lighter than our plastic packaging
- The manufacturing of the paper-board containers requires ~50% less energy compared to our plastic containers
- Vibrant graphics, and an easy to read nutritional panel
- Produced from 60% renewable resources
Are Chapman's products Kosher certified?
Yes, all of our products are Kosher. Click here to view our Kosher Certificate.
Where can I find Chapman's products in Canada?
Our "Store Locator" will assist you in finding our products at a store near you. Click on the button at the top of this page.
Where can I find Chapman's products in the USA?
Sorry, Chapman's products are only available in Canada.
What are stabilizers used for in ice cream?
Stabilizers are used in ice cream to:
Produce smoothness in body and texture
Reduce ice crystal growth during storage
Prevent shrinkage in frozen products
The following ingredients are components of the stabilizers used in Chapman's products:
Mono and Diglycerides (derived from soybeans)
Locust Bean Gum (derived from the locust bean plant)
Cellulose Gum or Methyl Cellulose Gum (derived from wood pulp)
Guar Gum (derived from the guar plant)
Carrageenan (derived from seaweed)
There are different stabilizers used for our different products. For example, only Guar Gum is used in our Super Lolly's. All of these ingredients represent less than 0.5% (1/2 of 1%) of the finished product. Chapman's Ice Cream products are not made with any animal by-products, such as gelatin, or any animal sourced oil or fat. Naturally, the dairy ingredients come from cows!
What animal products do we use in our products?
The only thing we use from animals is milk and on a limited amount of flavours, eggs.
I'd like to sell Chapman's ice cream, what products are available and how can I get started?
Please contact us by email or by calling 1-800-265-9110.