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After four long months, Texas's favorite dessert is back on shelves this week, but where can you buy Blue Bell Ice Cream right now? On Monday, Blue Bell began distributing its ice cream again to certain cities in Texas and Alabama. Eventually, the company plans to return to at least 15 of the 23 states it was sold in before the massive recall that it issued in the spring. For now, though, its distribution remains severely limited.




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Blue Bell's comeback is currently in phase one of five. As of Monday, it had returned to shelves of grocery stores, including Kroger, in the Brenham, Austin, and Houston areas of Texas, as well as the Birmingham and Montgomery areas of Alabama, near where the ice cream is currently being produced. During future phases, the ice cream will gradually return to stores in other areas of Texas, and parts of Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. No timeline for the subsequent phases has been announced, but Blue Bell will proceed to the next phase "based on product availability and when it can properly service the customers in an area," according to a statement on the company's website.


At this point, it's hard to believe that Blue Bell almost went out of business just a matter of months ago. The ice cream is back and making customers in Texas and Alabama very happy. In Texas, though, there's a hometown advantage. It will be interesting to see how things go as Blue Bell moves on to the next phases in states where it doesn't necessarily have the same brand loyalty.


By 1919, the Creamery was in financial trouble and considered closing its doors. The board of directors hired E.F. Kruse, a 23-year-old former schoolteacher, to take over the company on April 1, 1919. Kruse refused to accept a salary for his first few months in the position so that the company would not be placed in further debt.[8] Under his leadership, the company expanded its production of ice cream to the surrounding Brenham area and soon became profitable. At his suggestion, the company was renamed Blue Bell Creameries in 1930 after the Texas Bluebell, a wildflower native to Texas, and which like ice cream thrives during the summer.[5][7]


After a four-month absence from store shelves over a listeria outbreak, Blue Bell ice cream's reintroduction to the retail market is going well enough that the company is offering shipping to private homes anywhere in the United States.


Did you know you can order Blue Bell Ice Cream and have it shipped to your home or to friends? We can ship our ice cream, neatly packaged with dry ice inside a Blue Bell cooler, to anywhere in the continental U.S. Visit our website bluebell.com for pricing and flavor selection information. You can find the direct link in our profile.


Also, now in stores from Blue Bell is Strawberry Lemonade Ice Cream. The flavor is a deliciousstrawberry ice cream swirled with a refreshing lemonade sherbet sprinkled with lemon flavored flakes. Itis sold in the pint and half gallon sizes. For more information about Blue Bell and for a complete list of products now available in storesvisit www.bluebell.com.


Chocolate or vanilla? It's an age-old question that can become the topic of heated debate. In one poll, where Harris Interactive asked a wide sample of Americans what their ride-or-die favorite ice cream flavor was, the race was tight. Chocolate just barely eked out a victory, garnering 28% of votes, while vanilla was a close second with 26%. If this is an impossible choice, never fear, you can soothe your decision fatigue with a big bowl of The Great Divide. This way, everybody is a winner, especially you!


We love most blue ice cream, always buy the black Walnut when we find it, was very excited to try the new peachy peach, very disappointed. Did not taste like peaches, left an unpleasant aftertaste. Will not buy again.


Blue Bell recently declined to release the name of its new vendor for its cookie dough-related products, although a spokeswoman said the ice cream maker said it requires all of its suppliers to go through its supply quality program, where ingredients are screened for quality. 041b061a72


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