About Ben & Jerry's
Ben & Jerry's Homemade Holdings Inc was founded in 1978 in Burlington, Vermont, and sold in 2000 to British conglomerate Unilever. Today it operates globally as a fully owned subsidiary of Unilever. Its headquarters is in South Burlington, Vermont, with its main factory in Waterbury, Vermont.
Ben & Jerry's is a company that produces ice cream, frozen yogurt, and ice cream novelties in rich and original flavors, loaded with big chunks of cookies and candy. The Ben & Jerry's retail chain has about 450 shops, but most of the brand's ice cream is sold in supermarkets and convenience stores.
The company uses natural ingredients almost exclusively and insists its dairy suppliers not use bovine growth hormone on their herds. The unique flavor combinations are what makes it special and unique. All new flavors were invented by Jerry, usually without any test marketing.
For additional information about the company, visit their official webpage.