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Ben & Jerry’s Enters Pet Market With Frozen Doggie Desserts

Glenn Polyn//January 11, 2021//

Ben & Jerry’s Enters Pet Market With Frozen Doggie Desserts

Glenn Polyn //January 11, 2021//

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Press release:  Ben & Jerry’s

Ben & Jerry’s has gone to the dogs.

For the first time in the ice cream company’s history, Ben & Jerry’s is unveiling two new flavors designed exclusively for canines. Doggie Desserts by Ben & Jerry’s are tasty frozen treats that are paws-itively perfect for your pet, specifically formulated for dogs with a sunflower butter base. The frozen fun of peanut butter & pretzel swirls in “Pontch’s Mix” or the cool creaminess of pumpkin and mini cookies in “Rosie’s Batch” is just what a good dog needs after a raucous puppy playdate or a long walk with their human. All of the high-quality ingredients used in  Doggie Desserts can be found in current Ben & Jerry’s ice cream recipes.

“We know our fans love their dogs and treat them like family,” said Lindsay Bumps, a Ben & Jerry’s global marketing specialist who also happens to be a certified veterinary technician. “We created this product line so pups can enjoy something even better than belly rubs.  Doggie Desserts are the sweetest treat they’ll ever put their paws on.”

“Pontch’s Mix” and “Rosie’s Batch” were named after two real dogs in the Ben & Jerry’s office — an affectionate Frenchie and a rescue mutt of mixed heritage. As a dog-friendly workplace, the Ben & Jerry’s headquarters in Vermont often has up to 40 pups curled up under desks, keeping employees company. They’re all part of the K9 to 5-er crew that adds a little joy to the office atmosphere.

In addition to the two new Doggie Desserts, Ben & Jerry’s has partnered with like-minded suppliers to offer must-have pet accessories like a 6-foot custom tie dye leash made from recycled water bottles and a plush cone toy stuffed with recycled fill.

Doggie Desserts will be sold individually in 4-oz mini cups or in four-count multipacks, with a suggested retail price of $2.99 and $4.99. They will be found in supermarkets, mass retailers and select pet stores nationwide.

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