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Winning Pure Michigan ice cream flavor hitting store shelves

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -

After more than 7,000 entries, Linda Stewart's Double Berry Pie flavor was picked as the official Pure Michigan ice cream flavor. Hudsonville Ice Cream sponsored the contest. The company says the flavor will be on store shelves any day now.

Stewart, the Taylor, MI resident won the chance to throw out the 1st pitch at a Detroit Tigers game, three nights at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, and four cartons of Hudsonville Ice Cream per month for one year.

Click the video to hear Linda Stewart's inspiration for her flavor. Or go to hudsonvilleicecream.com to find your own.

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