Burlington, Vermont-based Ben and Jerry’s has released a new flavor of ice cream, Cherry Crumble, featuring cherries and oat crumbles. The company anticipates that this new flavor may provide competition for its No. 1 top-selling ice cream flavor, Cherry Garcia.
This limited batch ice cream has a butter ice cream base and has fruit flavor front and center.
“We were inspired by spring, fresh fruit and the memory of taking a fresh cherry crumble out of the oven,” said Colleen Rossell, Cherry Crumble’s creator. “With so many caramels, chocolates and peanut butter flavors available, this is a refreshing choice with the right amount of sweetness, fruit and rich indulgence. It’s the perfect balance.”
Cherry Crumble is available on shelves across the country as a limited batch flavor. It has a suggested retail price of $5.49.
Learn more about Ben & Jerry’s Limited Batch flavors, mission and values here.
Ben & Jerry’s produces a wide variety of super-premium ice cream and non-dairy vegan desserts. The company is distributed in more than 35 countries in supermarkets, grocery stores, convenience stores, franchised Scoop Shops and through on-demand delivery services. The Ben & Jerry’s Foundation, guided by Ben & Jerry’s employees, granted $3.7MM in 2021 to support progressive, justice-focused grassroots organizing around the country.
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