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Blue Bell Creameries

It all started on a hot summer day when local farmers decided to establish the Brenham Creamery Company and make butter from excess cream brought in by area farmers. A few years later the creamery began making ice cream and delivering it to neighbors by horse and wagon. It was in 1930 that the company changed its name to Blue Bell Creameries after the native Texas bluebell wildflower.

A lot has changed since those early days. Horse drawn buggies have been traded in for refrigerated trucks and the creamery no longer produces butter. Today, Blue Bell produces around 50 different ice cream flavors, including its number one seller, Homemade Vanilla, numerous frozen snack items and a No Sugar Added and Light line of ice cream.

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Kilwin's

Kilwin's has been a celebrated part of Northern Michigan since 1947, and has earned a reputation for its quality products and excellent service. Using only the finest and freshest ingredients, our products are a pleasure to sell, and we delight in seeing our customer's enjoyment of them. Although long a Northern Michigan landmark, the company has grown throughout the country. Each shoppe shares the traditional values of quality, service and enjoyment, and are designed, equipped and trained to provide this first-rate experience.

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Vermont Milk Company

Vermont Milk Company

Too many farmers have been forced into the corporate circle, becoming powerless in their markets and enjoying little of the profits, only to see competitive products from across the country or the globe on the supermarket shelves. Today, there is a growing trend to return to our sensible roots – eating locally supports our community and offers us fresher foods to enjoy on the palate and on the conscience.

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Jed's Maple Products

Jed's Maple Products

We are often asked if we grew up in sugaring (Vermont term for “making maple syrup”) families so we thought that you might be interested in our history as well. We are both native Vermonters with Steve growing up in Derby, in Vermont's “Northeast Kingdom” and Amy growing up in Pownal, in the southern part of the state. Steve learned sugaring at an early age by watching his father and grandfather tap trees and boil the sap into syrup. He was put to work at the age of six, carrying firewood into the sugarhouse, and by the time he was in high school he was doing everything from tapping, to fixing tubing in the woods, to boiling in the sugarhouse, under the watchful
eyes of his father and grandfather.

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Graeter's

Graeter's

Since its founding in 1870 by Louis C. Graeter, Graeter's French Pot Ice Cream, handmade chocolate confections and fresh baked goods have become traditions in the Queen City. Today the Graeter family still faithfully uses his century old recipes and methods of production.

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