Ben & Jerry's Launches Plant-Based 'Netflix & Chilll'd' Ice-Cream
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Ben & Jerry’s Launches Plant-Based ‘Netflix & Chilll’d’ Ice-Cream

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Ice-cream giant Ben & Jerry’s has partnered with streaming service Netflix to launch a new plant-based ice-cream.

Dubbed ‘Netflix & Chilll’d’, the non-dairy dessert features peanut butter, sweet and salty pretzel ‘swirls’ and fudge, and is made using almond milk.

‘Chillaxing new creation’

“There’s something for everyone to watch on Netflix and flavors for everyone to enjoy from Ben & Jerry’s,” the company’s website states.

“So, we’ve teamed up to bring you a chillaxing new creation that’s certain to satisfy any sweet or salty snack craving. It’s a flavorful world, and everyone is invited to grab a spoon.

Ice-cream burger

Last year, Ben & Jerry’s partnered with cooking duo BOSH! to create a limited-edition vegan menu at its Scoop Shops in London, Berlin, and Rotterdam.

The offerings, created by BOSH!’s Henry Firth and Ian Theasby, include an ice-cream ‘burger’, hot chocolate, and a sundae.

“We’ve loved being let loose in the kitchen with Ben & Jerry’s vegan range, we hope fans will love this menu inspired by some of our favorite American recipes,” Henry and Ian, BOSH! said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

We think our show-stopping burger, super-stacked sundae, and cozy hot chocolate will be the perfect way to sweep away those autumn leaves.”

You can find a Ben & Jerry’s delivery partner or scoop shop here

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