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A Texas export, Blue Bell Ice Cream arrives in the Triangle 

Correction: The original version of this story stated that Blue Bell was only recently available in North Carolina; it has been sold in Charlotte and Greensboro for several years. Blue Bell just recently arrived in the Triangle. One Tuesday afternoon, I got…

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