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Did you know that DFW Central Market stores stock 36 of America’s best craft ice cream brands?


Mounded in a bowl, scooped into a cone or spooned into your mouth right from the pint, ice cream is summer’s best elixir. But you don’t have to settle for supermarket brands when pint size flavors of some of America’s top ice creameries are a Central Market store away.

For the next few weeks, DFW-area Central Market stores are stocking nearly three dozen of America’s best small batch, craft ice cream brands, some churned 1,000 miles away.

From New Orleans Ice Cream Company’s cafe au lait number studded with beignets to a Korean chill from Brooklyn’s Noona’s that’s loaded with honey and good-for-you turmeric, to a Cincinnati treat of brown butter and almond brittle from acclaimed Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, Central Market has a pint with your name on it. Right now.

Crazy about peanut butter ice cream? Check out the Double Peanut Butter Chip from Santa Barbara’s McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams. Need some coffee? Go for Pennsylvania’s Yuengling’s Ice Cream’s Espresso Chocolate Chip. Fresh Mint? Houston’s Bellefontaine Ice Cramery has you covered.

We partnered with Central Market on a brain freeze taste test and our sticky keyboards will never be happier.

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