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January 11, 2019 | Sasha Campbell

A State Fair and NC State campus delectable treat is now available for the first time in grocery retail locations across parts of the Triangle.

Six different flavors of Howling Cow® ice cream can be purchased at 16 Harris Teeter locations in Raleigh, Cary and Wake Forest.

Harris Teeter licensed the Howling Cow trademark and certain ingredients and formulas from NC State, and now manufactures pints of six different ice cream flavors: Campfire Delight™, Cookie Dough2™, Chocolate Chip Mint, Cookies & Cream, Butter Almond and Cherry Brick Road™.

“Harris Teeter continues to be an excellent partner and supporter of our agricultural education programs. This unique partnership will make it convenient for people to enjoy Howling Cow without coming to campus or waiting in line at the State Fair,” said Gary Cartwright, NC State’s Dairy Enterprise System director.

NC State will use proceeds from the licensing agreement to fund student scholarships and dairy and agriculture initiatives.

Howling Cow ice cream has been manufactured on campus for more than 70 years, using fresh milk from the university’s own cows located at the NC State Dairy Farm off Lake Wheeler Rd. in Raleigh. Howling Cow cups and tubs are still available for purchase throughout NC State campus venues.

Pints of Howling Cow ice cream are available in the following 16 Harris Teeter locations:

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