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Blue Bunny Sweet Freedom Fudge Lites, No Sugar Added, 12 - 1.75 fl oz (51.8 ml) bars [21 fl oz (621 ml)]
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Blue Bunny Sweet Freedom Fudge Lites, No Sugar Added, 12 - 1.75 fl oz (51.8 ml) bars [21 fl oz (621 ml)]

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A frozen dairy confection. Quality since 1913. 35 calories. 9 g total carbs. 0 g added sugars. Sweetened with Splenda brand. Calories have been reduced 55% from sugar sweetened fudge bars, from 80 to 35 per bar. The ice cream capital of the world. It may sound like a fairy tale, but it's all true. The town is real. The people are authentic. In 1913, Fred H. Wells began a small dairy operation in Le Mars, Iowa, with 250 dollars and a dream. Over 90 years later, more ice cream is produced here by a single company than in any other city in the world. Go ahead and indulge - you deserve it! A healthier lifestyle shouldn't mean a sacrifice in great taste. Blue Bunny Sweet Freedom ice cream treats are a delicious way to have it all. Creamy, low fat ice cream in a wide range of flavors. Variety of options to choose from - sandwiches, cones or bars. Without all the excess sugars, calories & carbs. 1 carb choice per bar. Gluten free.
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