• Burlington Nov 9, 2019

    Ben & Jerry's Sued Over ‘Happy Cow' Characterization

    Ben & Jerry’s is facing a lawsuit accusing the ice cream maker and its parent company of false advertising by saying the milk and cream in its products comes from “happy cows.” In a complaint filed Oct. 31 in federal court in Burlington, Vermont, where Ben & Jerry’s was founded, environmental advocate James Ehlers accuses the company and Unilever of...

  • CEO Oct 30, 2018

    Ben and Jerry's Unveils Pecan Resist Flavor Ahead of Midterms

    Ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s is taking a stand against what it calls the Trump administration’s regressive policies by rebranding one of its flavors Pecan Resist. The company and its founders unveiled the limited batch ice cream flavor Pecan Resist Tuesday in Washington ahead of the midterm elections. The company says Pecan Resist celebrates activists who are resisting oppression,...

  • CEO Oct 30, 2018

    Ben and Jerry's Announces New Flavor, Campaign for Social Justice

    Ben and Jerry’s released a new ice cream flavor called “Pecan Resist.” The flavor is a stand the company is taking against President Trump’s policies and rhetoric.

  • Brooklyn Jul 28, 2018

    Ample Hills Opens New Ice Cream Factory in Brooklyn

    Brooklyn-based ice cream maker Ample Hills Creamery opened a new factory in Red Hook Thursday, complete with its own shop and interactive museum.

  • president Mar 23, 2017

    Harry Potter Fans Rejoice! Butterbeer Ice Cream Is Here

    A Pennsylvania ice cream maker is courting Harry Potter fans with a new flavor based on Hogwarts’ favorite drink, “butterbeer.” Yuengling’s Ice Cream notes that J.K. Rowling once described butterbeer as tasting “a little bit like less sickly butterscotch.” With that in mind, Yuengling’s says the new butterbeer variety combines buttercream and butterscotch ice cream. Yuengling’s says “the result is...

  • CEO Dec 30, 2015

    “We Owe Them a Huge Debt of Gratitude”

    In 2015, 124 police officers died on the job, primarily due to traffic incidents and secondarily to guns. Craig W. Floyd of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund talks about what he hopes people get from their annual report on police fatalities.

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