From bite-sized ambitions to 25-pound frozen brownies— here’s the story behind creating Chocolate Fudge Brownie, one of our most beloved flavor creations.Read More - Chocolate Fudge Brownie: The Sticky Story of Perfecting a Legendary Flavor Read More
In 1988, Ben & Jerry’s was one of the first companies in the world to place a social mission in equal importance to its product and economic missions. Since then, the movement has grown and now has a unifying set of principles and criteria on which to evaluate socially responsible businesses, it’s called the “B Corp” movement (or Benefit Corporation movement). Certified B Corps satisfy a rigorous set of standards to achieve certification. True to our pioneering spirit, we became the first-ever wholly-owned subsidiary to gain B Corp Certification.
Ben & Jerry’s has always believed in linked prosperity - that all stakeholders connected to our business should prosper as we prosper, from those who produce the ingredients, to employees who make the product, to the communities in which the company operates.
B Corp Certification is the next chapter for socially responsible businesses. The Certification is supported by Unilever, and is fully aligned with their own ambitious sustainability agenda.
25 years ago, Ben & Jerry’s asked Greyston Bakery for two truckloads of brownies to make Chocolate Fudge Brownie. Since then, Greyston has become a leading social enterpriseRead More - Greyston Bakery: The People Behind Those Amazing Fudgy Brownies Read More
Ben & Jerry’s and New Belgium Brewing Co. have a lot in common, including the desire to save our winters from the effects of climate change.Read More - New Belgium Brewing and Ben & Jerry’s: B Corps Banding Together against Climate Change Read More
Greyston Bakery is a social enterprise that ‘bakes’ a difference, benefiting residents of Yonkers, New York, through employment and community services. It’s proof that people and profits can co-exist.Read More - Greyston Bakery: Building Better Lives Through Brownies Read More