Company: Ben & Jerry’s
Food: Ice Cream
Product: Chocolate Fudge Brownie Non-Dairy Ice Cream
Description: The fabulously fudgy brownies in the non-dairy version of this fan favorite come from New York’s Greyston Bakery, where producing great baked goods is part of their greater-good mission to provide jobs and training to low-income city residents.
Ratings (1=worst – 10=best)
Similarity to animal-based version: 10
Comparison to other plant-based versions: 10
Reason to avoid animal-based version: Click here (graphic)
5 thoughts on “Chocolate Fudge Brownie Non-Dairy Ice Cream”
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It’s great they have some vegan options but can’t forget they are a major contributor to the demise/suffering of dairy cows & that they are owned by Unilever who engages in animal testing.
Thank you for your thoughtful post. I understand your concern. I have a blog post upcoming on this topic so we can discuss it. I look forward to reading your thoughts.
Thank you for being an animal advocate.
I’ve tried all four of the non-dairy flavors and my personal favorites are the PB & Cookies and Chunky Monkey! Yum!
I was so excited to finally try this (I tried the fudge brownie flavor) but…I was disappointed! Am I the only one who isn’t bowled over by this non-dairy line? It was okay, but I actually like the So Delicious brand better. And when compared with Van Leeuwen’s vegan line — there is no contest! I expected Ben & Jerry to be similar to Van Leeuwen, but it’s not nearly as rich, clean and overall fantastic. I haven’t tried Chunky Monkey yet, though…