F*@% off Frozen Dessert

1 Jun

Everyone knows how much I love my ice cream. Recently I was fooled to believe that what I had purchased was a delicious tub of Breyers cookies n cream, “Ice Cream”. Breyers has failed this dairy snob! Frozen Dessert deserves many F-bombs. I guess class has its cost. Yes – there are classes for ice cream. Breyers being homeless, as far as I am concerned. Thank goodness for the Dairy Farmers of Canada who alerted us dairy lovers. Show your friends that you don’t want 2 scoops of hydrogenated “Frozen Dessert” on Facebook – Join the campaign for real ice cream! 



Next time you are in the “ice cream” aisle, be sure to read the label. Look out for the term “Frozen Dessert.”

While it may look like ice cream – it definitely is not!

Interestingly enough, before being bought by Unilever, Breyers proudly promoted the use of all natural ingredients – 4 to be exact: Milk, Cream, Sugar and Vanilla. Due to cost cuts they scratched all things natural and opted to create dairy imposters made with modified milk ingredients containing edible oil products, Tara gum, Corn syrup and then it’s fluffed to shit with air. NO THANKS! That’s like sucking right from a drugged up, hormone injected, radioactive cow teat.

This video is from 1984 – “Breyers, the all natural ice cream”. Too bad, now when you read their labels you end up crossing your eyes like a lactose intolerant IBS sufferer.

I’ll stick to Toronto’s Film Buff, Dutch Dreams, Ed’s Real Scoop, Marble Slab and of course Haggen Dazs.

Want to know which of your favourite brands are made from real milk? Get the Scoop.

Frozen Dessert is NOT ice cream with Nathaniel Christopher.

You have to read the complaint letter Vancouver Journalist, Nathaniel Christopher mailed to Breyers.

“It’s disgusting. It tastes like frozen ranch dressing. From now on when I’m in the ice cream aisle I’ll have to give the ice cream a double check to ensure that it is, in fact, ice cream.”

HURRAH!!!

The reply from Breyers.

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2 Responses to “F*@% off Frozen Dessert”

  1. Simon June 23, 2011 at 11:23 am #

    The wording of the reply from Bryers is classic… unlike their icecream, despite it’s branding.

    P.S. all of your blog posts lately have been very pleasant reads… keep it up!

    • sherhaps June 23, 2011 at 11:27 am #

      Hey kid I’m gonna have a taste test with you and then you’ll know the difference between désert glacé and CREME glacé 😉 Thanks Simon!

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