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You may ask that we make corrections to any information we hold, if you believe such correction to be necessary.Just when it seemed like Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries was back in business, officials with the company have announced it's not quite in the clear yet.
According to Food Safety News, Blue Bell. Blue Bell Creameries (“Blue Bell”) supplied ice cream and other frozen treats to Bruno’s on credit. Historically, Blue Bell received payments from Bruno’s twice a week. A letter to Blue Bell Creameries from a former Pineville family proposes a new name for "The Great Divide," a half chocolate and half vanilla ice cream mix.
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