Ice cream cones are one of those products where a few name brands dominate the market. Additionally, many grocery stores sell their own cones under their private label brand.
Below is a list of yummy ice cream cone brands that you can find in stores throughout the United States. We even included a list of cones that are made as store brands. We hope this helps you find a new cone to compliment your favorite flavor of ice cream! Enjoy!
Brands of Ice Cream Cones
Best Choice was launched in 1984 and it now produces hundreds of products under the Best Choice, Superior Selections, and Clearly by Best Choice brands. Best Choice products are made to meet or beat the quality of larger name brand competitors.
Best Choice makes cake and sugar cones that are sold in 12 count packages.
Enlightened makes ice cream and other products that fit the nutritional needs of customers such as high protein, low carb, or Keto-friendly options.
Enlightened ice cream cones are made with only 3 grams of net carbs per cone. The cones are made from high fiber wheat flour produced from non-GMO wheat. They vegan, kosher, and keto-friendly due to their 3 grams of net carbs and zero sugar.
According to Joy, the company makes over 2 billion cones annually out of its four facilities (3 in the U.S. and 1 in Mexico). They are the largest ice cream cone producer in the U.S. with over 100 years of experience. We think its safe to say that Joy knows a thing or two about producing quality cones.
The core products that Joy makes are as follows:
- Sugar Cones
- Cake Cups
- Gluten-Free Cake Cups & Sugar Cones
- Waffle Cones
- Waffle Bowls
Keebler is an old company dating back to 1853 when it was started by Godfrey Keebler as a Philadelphia bakery. However, the company wasn’t officially called Keebler until 1966 when it adopted the name.
Most people are extremely familiar with the company’s mascot, The Keebler Elves, headed by Ernie Keebler, who produce Keebler products “magically” out of a hollow tree.
Today’s Keebler’s primary products are cookies, pie crusts, and ice cream cones. They make several varieties of cones including these products:
- Ice Cream Cup Cones
- Sugar Cones
- Waffles Cones
- Fudge Dipped Cones
- Waffle Bowls
- Girl Scout Thin Mint Dipped Cones
Let’s Do is a brand of the family-owned business, Edward & Sons. The business was started in 1978 with it first product being a miso instant soup. Through the years, the company has added several brands and products including items like juices, crackers, mac & cheese, gravy mixes, mashed potatoes, ice cream cones, and more.
Let’s Do Organic makes these cones:
- Organic Cake-style Cones
- Gluten-Free Cake-Style Cones
- Organic Sugar Cones
- Gluten-Free Sugar Cones
- Organic Confetti Sprinkelz Cones
Here are many of the popular store brands of ice cream cones that sit next to the name brands. As you can see, many of the major grocery stores offer cones under their store brand name.
|365 By Whole Foods||Organic Cake Cones, Organic Sugar Cones,|
|Benton’s (Aldi Brand)||Cake Cup Cones, Sugar Cones|
|Favorite Day (Target Brand)||Ice Cream Cup Cones, Waffle Cones, Sugar Cones, Waffle Bowls|
|First Street (Smart & Final)||Sugar Cones|
|Food Club (Piggly Wiggly Brand)||Cake Cup Cones, Sugar Cones|
|Harris Teeter||Cake Cup Cones, Sugar Cones|
|Kroger||Cake, Sugar, Jumbo Cake, Waffle Cones, Waffle Bowls|
|Meijer||Original (Cake-Style), Sugar,|
|Publix||Original (Cake-Style), Original Jumbo (Cake-Style), Sugar, Waffle, Waffle Bowl|
|SE Grocers (Winnie Dixie Brand)||Sugar Cones, Waffle Cones, Cake Cup Cones, Jumbo Cake Cup Cones|
|Signature Select (Albertsons Companies Brand)||Cake Cup Cones, Jumbo Cake Cups, Sugar Cones, Waffle Cones, Waffle Bowls|
|Stop & Shop||Cake Cup Cones, Jumbo Cake Cup Cones, Sugar Cones, Rainbow Cake Cones|
|Weis Quality (Weis Market)||Cake Cups, Sugar Cones|