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Dan Schorr of Needham is in the smiles business. He created his ice cream brand, Vice Cream, as a response to what he felt was a dessert dilemma in the freezer section. "All I saw was sugar-free, dairy-free, protein, soy, and I said ‘Where did real ice cream go?’," Schorr said. "Our brand is over the top,” Schorr said.
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