Blue Bell ice cream is returning to store shelves in the Colorado after a two year hiatus. Starting Monday, the ice cream will be sold across the state including stores in El Paso, Pueblo, Fremont and Teller counties.
In April 2015, the company had to pull all its products due to a deadly listeria outbreak.
The company has reopened a distribution facility in Centennial which will employ 40 workers.
According to KDVR, the release will also coincide with the re-release of Rocky Mountain Road Ice Cream. The flavor was introduced in honor of Colorado in 2011. It is a rich, dark chocolate ice cream combined with dark chocolate-coated peanuts, milk chocolate-coated pecans, white chocolate-coated almonds, and roasted walnuts, all surrounded by a flavorful marshmallow sauce swirl.
It has not been announced which stores will carry the brand but you can check availability in your area HERE.