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Betty Rae’s Ice Cream Expands to 28 Kansas City-Area Grocery Stores

Popular ice cream brand Betty Rae’s is bringing its delightful flavors to a Kansas City-area grocery store near you. With a variety of top flavors now available by the pint, this expansion is sure to delight both existing fans and newcomers alike.

Where to Find Betty Rae’s Ice Cream

Ice cream lovers can now enjoy Betty Rae’s at 28 Cosentino-owned Price Chopper, SunFresh, and Cosentino’s Market locations across the metro. This expansion comes just two months after the opening of Betty Rae’s third location in Olathe, demonstrating the brand’s commitment to growth and accessibility for its customers.

Flavors to Look Forward To

With a range of popular flavors available by the pint, there is something for everyone. Fans of Betty Rae’s can look forward to indulging in Butter Pecan, Chocolate Brownie, Cookies and Cream, Cookie Dough, Peppermint Bark, Peanut Butter, and Vanilla Bean.

New Ownership and Expansion Plans

The expansion is part of the plans of new Betty Rae’s owner Matt Shatto, who is also the vice president of Shatto Milk Company. Shatto announced his intentions to grow the brand when he took over the company earlier this year. With this latest move, it seems that the brand is well on its way to achieving those goals.

Top 100 Ice Cream Shops in the Country

Betty Rae’s has recently been named one of the top 100 ice cream shops in the country, according to Yelp. This prestigious recognition speaks to the quality of their ice cream and the dedication of the brand to providing an exceptional experience for their customers.

In conclusion, the expansion of Betty Rae’s ice cream to 28 Kansas City-area grocery stores marks an exciting development for ice cream enthusiasts in the region. With a wide variety of flavors to choose from and the convenience of purchasing by the pint, Betty Rae’s is set to bring joy to many more customers in the Kansas City area.

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