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Dry Ice Available in the NE Metro??

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I am going on a weeklong camping trip with my teen sons in June and would like to be able to ice down some food using dry ice. Does anyone know if it is available somewherein the NE Metro vicinity ( Whire Bear lake area)? Thanks

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I have bought dry ice at Jasons Dry Ice - it is off of university ave west of St. Paul - don't know af anything closer.

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The only place I know is on 49th Ave N & University, Columbia Market.

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Jason's Dry Ice-St Paul

Atomic Dry Ice-St Paul

Bruce's Foods-Wyoming

Bemidji Fish and Locker-Bemidji

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When I was a kid I used to work at a grocery store and we would get frozen food packed with dry ice all of the time. Maybe you should stop in and see if they want to get rid of it.

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i dont know if the store is still there but one used to be on bald eagle ave and like 2nd or 3rd.if you took 4th ave to bald eagle go left about 2-3 blocks on the right side of the road.Been many years since I have lived in White Bear but thats where we used to get it.

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