At Ben & Jerry’s, we have a three-part Mission Statement and a Progressive Values Statement. Each compels our company to strive for a “sustainable corporate concept of linked prosperity.” What does that mean? It means that through our business decisions we strive to create economic opportunities for those who have been denied them and advance new economic models that include more people in the global economy. We believe that the Fairtrade model is one that is deeply aligned with our Mission, Values and Linked Prosperity business model.Read More - Dig into our Fairtrade Commitments Read More
Want to know if you're one to follow the crowd or dance to the beat of your own drum? Check out where your favourite flavour falls on 2016's top 3 list.
Want to know if you're one to follow the crowd or dance to the beat of your own drum? Check out where your favourite flavour falls on 2016's top 3 list. These are the flavours that our fans went wild for last year. Tub after tub, these are our tried and true crowd pleasers:
3. Phish Food
At a pretty impressive number three, Phish Food has a place in the hearts and freezers of many, many a devoted Ben & Jerry's fan. Whether you play it as a solo or duet, the new kid in town is always show stopper. Haven’t tried it yet? Get going!
2. Chocolate Fudge Brownie
Chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate. What's not to love? We can't say we're surprised that this favourite has hovered in our top 3 for quite some time.
1. Cookie Dough
What can we say, some flavours are just born to be winners. This doughy classic was anonymously suggested by a fan in 1984 - all we can say is, thank you, sweet ice cream lover.
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What does the Queen’s palace and x-rays have to do with climate change? And what on earth is a carbon sink?!
Talking about climate change can sometimes feel like an alphabet soup of new words and weird acronyms. But don’t worry, we’ve got it covered. Here’s part one of our A-Z of climate change, from Anthropogenic to Mitigation, via Fossil Fuels, the Keeling Curve and LEDs.