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Ben & Jerry’s celebrates the opening of its first Adelaide Scoop Shop.

BENANDJERRYSHold onto your spoons ice cream fans, we’ve got some udderly delicious news! Ben & Jerry’s signature chunks and swirls have made their debut at Hoyts Norwood, Adelaide.

This sweet partnership between Ben & Jerry’s and Hoyts will be celebrated with a Free Scoop Sunday at the grand opening on Sunday 8 February, Hoyts Norwood from 1pm – 5pm.

With over 20 flavours to choose from, Adelaide ice cream fans and movie nuts alike are invited to get a chunk of the action as Ben & Jerry’s celebrates the opening with music, fun and FREE ice cream! Now that’s definitely a date to jot down in your dairy!

What: Ben & Jerry’s Free Scoop Sunday
Date: Sunday 8 February 2015
Time: 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Where: Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shop, Hoyts Norwood, 185 The Parade, Norwood

Kalli Swaik, Ben & Jerry’s Brand Champion, says: “Ben and Jerry’s is legendairy for spreading peace, love and ice cream across the nation through their delicious range of irreverent and uniquely named flavours. Since their eagerly anticipated Australian launch in 2009, Ben & Jerry’s has been expanding nationally with South Australia the latest state to boast its own Scoop Shop”.

Ben & Jerry’s aims to make the best possible ice cream, in the best possible way. Using business as a tool for social and environmental change is just as important as sourcing the finest ingredients to make ice cream. The range is based on the original recipes of ethical ice cream gurus and company founders, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield.

Armed with a $5 correspondence course in ice cream making, the longstanding friends opened their very first Scoop Shop in an old gas station in Burlington, Vermont back in ‘78. Whilst they occasionally disagreed on the size of the chunks going into the ice cream, one thing they did agree on was having fun. As Jerry put it, “ If it’s not fun, why do it?”

So, if you’re a Maple Tree Hugger or if Phish Food rocks your boat delve into to find out how these moovellous flavours came about.

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