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Ben & Jerry’s Says I Dough! To Historic Supreme Court Decision on Marriage Equality

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Renamed “I Dough, I Dough,” in Scoops Shops across the US

BURLINGTON, Vt.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ben & Jerry’s is proud to celebrate today’s landmark decision from the United States Supreme Court making same-sex marriage a basic right for all Americans. Known for taking a stance with its values as much as its euphoric flavors and cleverly named products, Ben & Jerry’s is commemorating the Supreme Court decision by renaming its iconic Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ice cream: “I Dough, I Dough.” I Dough, I Dough will be available in a special commemorative pint sleeve at participating scoop shops for a limited time. The commemorative pint sleeves can also be purchased online through the Human Rights campaign at with all proceeds benefiting the organization.

“And at Ben & Jerry’s, there’s only one way to celebrate: with a scoop of I Dough, I Dough, Marriage equality never tasted so good”

I_Dough_I_Dough_Flag_Pint-4779_LargeBen & Jerry’s has demonstrated a strong advocacy for gay rights and marriage equality seizing numerous opportunities throughout its 37 year history. In 1989, Ben & Jerry’s was the first company in the state of Vermont to offer full benefits to same sex couples. Over the years at opportune moments the company has used its business, programs, social mission campaigns, and quirky flavors as a voice for the LGBTQ community. In 2009 Ben & Jerry’s honorarily renamed its flavor Chubby Hubby to “Hubby Hubby” in support of legalized gay marriage in the ice cream maker’s home-state of Vermont. Most recently, Ben & Jerry’s joined 30 other companies and signed the Amicus Brief to the Supreme Court in support of the equality movement.

“Ben & Jerry’s is proud of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision against discrimination as it boldly stands up for equality for same sex couples everywhere,” said Jostein Solheim, CEO Ben & Jerry’s. “And at Ben & Jerry’s, there’s only one way to celebrate: with a scoop of I Dough, I Dough, Marriage equality never tasted so good”! added Solheim.


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