Published On: Fri, May 29th, 2015

Ben And Jerry’s New Flavor Will Save our World: Save Our Swirled

So if we eat more ice cream we help the environment? Huh?

ben & jerry's SAVE OUR SWIRLED

The world’s most renowned ice cream company, Ben & Jerry’s, has done it again. Their new flavor, a raspberry ice cream swirled with marshmallow and dotted with white and dark fudge cone-shaped chunks called “Save Our Swirled, ” Will help the environment.

How, you might ask.

The company said that the new flavor is meant to increase awareness of climate change ahead of the Paris climate talks in December. Apparently it sends a message about how melted ice cream is no longer any good since its dark and white fudge ice cream cones that appear to be melting.

Ben & Jerry’s tweeted, “If it’s melted, it’s ruined…a powerful #climate message in our new flavor, Save Our Swirled.”

Well thank you Ben & Jerry’s. So people should just forget about how the over use of dairy products and the whole dairy industry are a major factor in global warming. All the water and feed and the herding of cows into dairy farms with all the waste that comes from it are bad for the environment.

The company stated in a press release:

“We created a flavor to bring attention to this historic issue and to send out our own SOS for our planet. It’s called Save Our Swirled, featuring raspberry ice cream, marshmallow and raspberry swirls, plus dark and white fudge ice cream cones. It’s unlike any Ben & Jerry’s flavor before it. In the words of Chris Rivard, the Flavor Guru behind Save Our Swirled, ‘It’s sweet and refreshing with a chocolaty finish; truly a great flavor.'”

“But how do we tell the climate change story using ice cream? Dig out a chunky spoonful and you can’t help but notice the unique dark and white fudge ice cream cones that appear to be melting. Our stance on climate change and our ice cream is one in the same: If it’s melted, it’s ruined! Save Our Swirled is more than just our newest ‘swirled-class’ flavor: it’s a climate change message you can’t ignore.”

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