Cobb County Schools tosses recalled ice cream
by Ellie Harding
01:50 PM, Tuesday, April 21
UPDATE: Citing safety concerns, Cobb schools have removed all Blue Bell Creameries products because of a company recall, according to a press release from the school system.

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