Ben & Jerry's fair trade choc mac
Ben and Jerry’s has a new, responsible flavor - Chocolate Macadamia, or choc mac as they like to call it, a robustly fair trade flavor on a mission to create positive change through sourcing values led ingredients.
Ice cream lovers can enjoy this new flavor knowing that the farmers and their workers who contributed to this ice cream have been treated fairly. The macadamia nuts in this ice cream are sustainably sourced and the cocoa and vanilla are fair trade certified. The cocoa is from the Dominican Republic, the vanilla is from Uganda, and the macadamia nuts are from Malawi. The milk used in the ice cream is from an rBGH free dairy from the St. Albans Cooperative Creamery in Ben & Jerry’s home state of Vermont.
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