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Where can I buy WWE ice cream bars?

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According to the World Wresting Entertainment website, WWE ice cream bars have been unavailable since the discontinuation of their production by Good Humor in 2009.

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WWE ice cream bars were produced for approximately 20 years. Developed as ice cream sandwiches on sticks, the bars featured ice cream sandwiched between vanilla and chocolate cookie layers. Various WWE personalities were featured on the ice cream treats, their images imprinted on the top vanilla cookie portion of each sandwich. Some WWE fans and stars have sought the return of the bars to the Good Humor line of products, indicating their appreciation for the frozen treat.

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