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USU now ships Aggie Ice Cream to your door

Delivery cost isn't cheap, though
Posted at 6:37 PM, Sep 22, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-22 20:42:27-04

LOGAN, Utah — There's good news for fans of both Utah State University and quality locally-produced ice cream: Aggie Ice Cream now ships all across the state — and the country.

The school announced the news Monday in a tweet, along with a link to the store with six pint-sized flavors available to purchase for $8 each. It currently offers Aggie Blue Mint, Aggie Bull Tracks, True Aggie Night, huckleberry, salted caramel and lemon custard. Gift boxes of USU-made cheese can also be purchased.

The school's "Aggie Creamery," which makes and sells ice cream and other dairy products at its on-campus facility, is a popular spot for students, Cache Valley residents and out-of-town visitors. Its ice cream is considered by many as some of the best in the state, although Brigham Young University and its fans might refute that the BYU Creamery is better.

The home delivery comes with a steep price, though. The cheapest shipping option for a delivery of one pint to Salt Lake City rings in at $19.15.

To avoid the shipping cost, Lee's Marketplace locations may have Aggie Ice Cream in stock as the brand is listed under local products on the grocery store chain's website. Lee's has stores in Smithfield, Logan, Ogden, North Salt Lake and Heber, as well as a small "Market @ 4th West" in Salt Lake City. (FOX 13 cannot guarantee that the product is in stock at these stores.)