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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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G and C Chocolate

We are located in Chicago, Illinois. We specialize in unique premium chocolate candies that come in different shapes, color, and sizes. We offer the same chocolate that was previously sold by the Anatomical Chart Company. Due to the relocation of ACC’s warehouse, the new facility is unable to accommodate chocolate. As a current employee of ACC, I witnessed first hand the success of the chocolate products. It was a tough decision for ACC to drop the chocolate products, but they had no choice. After numerous phone calls and emails regarding the discontinued chocolate, I felt that the Anatomically Correct Chocolate needed to continue.

Here at G&C Chocolate we will continue to offer the same chocolate products sold at ACC, along with many new products. We will be expanding the chocolate line to include seasonal and custom chocolates. We will be offering chocolates for all the holidays and we can even do custom chocolates. All our chocolate products are made fresh from premium milk, dark, and white chocolate.

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Dessert Gallery Bakery and Cafe

Welcome to the recipe for your wildest dessert dreams. A place where rich, chocolatey daydreams are served up, wonderful and warm-spirited, with a side of old-fashioned hospitality and relaxation. This is a place where friendship is a delicate combination of admiration, trust, empathy, two forks and one dessert.

Stop by for a slice of rich, homemade cakes and pies, garden-fresh and imaginative sandwiches, salads and wraps, and a cup of sit-and-talk coffee. This is more than dessert, it's a place to relax, to visit, to play, to shop, to smile -- weekend or weekday. It's an entire tableau of gifts and treats for friends and family all across the country. It's a place where you can come and feel like a child again.

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Dorothy Lane Market

Dorothy Lane Market, like many American food stores, began as a fruit stand. In 1948 founder Calvin Mayne began selling quality fruits and vegetables in the south Dayton, Ohio area at the corner of Far Hills Avenue and Dorothy Lane (hence the name of the market, or DLM for short). Calvin loved good food, and wanted his customers to enjoy the same. Fast forward to today, and Dorothy Lane Market is a company of three well-known gourmet supermarkets, recognized for great food and service in national publications including The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, and Gourmet Retailer. More importantly, our customers know they can have a great food experience every time they come to our stores! For over fifty years, the passion for eating well has not only stayed a constant at Dorothy Lane Market, it continues to grow.

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Katherine Anne Confections

Katherine Anne Confections

A small, artisanal chocolatier in Chicago, Katherine Anne creates delectable truffles and caramels using local, organic, or fair-trade ingredients. No artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives, and nothing you can't pronounce. Called "the best caramels we've had all year" by TimeOut Chicago, the honey-vanilla caramel is created using local wildflower honey, pure vanilla bean, and organic agave nectar. The truffles "give new meaning to incredibly rich taste", and are hand-dipped in the finest chocolate. Our boxes are handmade in a fair-trade workshop, where artisans use a long grass instead of tree products, creating a box that is as sustainable as it is beautiful. The perfect decadent, yet eco-friendly treat for special occasions.

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