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36 years ago today, Jerry and Ben started serving ice cream out of a renovated gas station in Burlington, VT. Get the scoop: http://benjerrys.co/36years

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Celebrating 15 years of Phish Food with Phish and the WaterWheel Foundation this weekend in Atlantic City. Here is the lid from the 1st Phish Food pint. (Taken with Instagram)

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In 1995 Ben & Jerry's introduces Chubby Hubby—vanilla malt ice cream with a fudge swirl, a peanut butter swirl, and chocolate covered peanut butter filled pretzels—a customer suggested flavor idea that began in York, Pennsylvania, as a practical joke played by two friends on a coworker.

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Ben and Jerry opened their first Ben & Jerry's Homemade ice cream scoop shop in a renovated gas station at the corner of St. Paul and College Streets in downtown Burlington, Vermont, on May 5, 1978.

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People first went nuts for Rainforest Crunch in 1989. The chunks of Rainforest Cashew & Brazil Nut Buttercrunch Brittle in Vanilla Ice Cream were not only tasty, but they aimed to help save the rainforest! It has since been retired, but we’ll never forget this little pint with a big mission.

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In 1990 Ben & Jerry's introduced Chocolate Fudge Brownie ice cream in pints. The brownies come from Greyston Bakery in Yonkers, New York, which employs and empowers disenfranchised people from the local community. ((Beautiful thing when good food & good causes mix together!))

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We began producing our ice cream in pints in 1980. Ben and Jerry rented space in an old spool and bobbin mill in Burlington to begin packing their ice cream in pints. The reason? To distribute to grocery and Mom & Pop stores along the restaurant delivery routes Ben services out of the back of his old VW Squareback wagon.

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In 1986, Ben & Jerry’s launched its first “Cowmobile”, a modified mobile home used to distribute free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream in a cross-country tour, driven and served by Ben and Jerry themselves. The Cowmobile burned to the ground outside of Cleveland four months later. Ben said it looked like “the world’s largest baked Alaska.” The picture above is of Cowmobile #2 at our Waterbury, VT Factory. #fanfotofriday by @melissameo. (Taken with Instagram)

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