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Sweet Republic Makes it into Whole Foods

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Go Jan and Helen!

The ladies of Sweet Republic -- North Scottsdale's charming artisanal ice cream shop, which we awarded "Best Ice Cream" in this year's Best of Phoenix issue -- have gotten their product into Whole Foods in Scottsdale. Over the next week, they'll be stocking the rest of the Whole Foods stores in the Valley.

Just look at those cute pints in the freezer case (at right). Score!

Today, they Tweeted that they're selling salted butter, almond buttercrunch, real mint chip, pumpkin, and basil lime at the supermarket. Time to stock the fridge . . .

On a related note, look inside Shine, New Times' mini-mag coming out this week, for a profile on the two hard-working gals behind this super-popular local brand.

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