Dairy Queen to discontinue sales of cherry-dipped soft serve ice cream cones


Dairy Queen fans have voiced their frustration after the ice cream chain’s popular product was recently discontinued.

A spokeswoman said the company’s warehouses are running out of cherry sauce and that cherry-dipped soft serve cones are no longer on sale.

“At this time, Dairy Queen’s Cherry Dipped Corn will be discontinued,” a spokesperson confirmed to NBC Chicago.

The news was first reported on a now viral TikTok posted from a location in Shelby Township, Michigan.

According to TikTok, which has more than 300,000 likes and more than 4,000 comments, the product has already dried up in warehouses, and many of the comments express grief, frustration, or even anger. said to have expressed.

But a company spokesperson said the product could be revived in the future, offering a glimmer of hope.

“DQ is constantly rotating dipped corn flavors and may bring back cherry dipped corn in the future,” the spokesperson said.

Officials said other dips such as butterscotch and cotton candy will also be served regularly as flavors circulate.


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Written by Natalia Chi

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