Ben And Jerry's Dropping 'All Natural' Label
Thanks to 'factory-made ingredients', Ben and Jerry's ice cream will have to drop the description 'all natural' from their labeling as part of a resolved disputed, reports UPI.
The iconic ice cream makers, who have been delighting fans since 1978 with their delectable assortment of rich, often goodie-laden ice cream flavors with cute nicknames, resolved the dispute with the Center for Science in the Public Interest after it was brought to their attention their ice cream used a number of factory-made ingredients.
The CSPI praised the manufacturer, who is well known for their own dedication to social causes, saying they were doing the "right thing."
Ben & Jerry's Homemade Holdings, Inc. is headquartered in South Burlington, Vermont, United States, with the main factory in Waterbury.