FILE - This file product image released Sept. 8, 2011 courtesy of Ben & Jerry's shows their ice cream flavor, "Schweddy Balls." Some supermarket chains are not stocking the new flavor, inspired by a "Saturday Night Live" skit featuring Alec Baldwin as bakery owner Pete Schweddy. They chains haven't said whether they're cool to the idea specifically because of the conservative One Million Moms' boycott movement, which says the Vermont company's name choice is repulsive. (AP Photo/Ben & Jerry's, File)

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FILE - This file product image released Sept. 8, 2011 courtesy of Ben & Jerry's shows their ice cream flavor, "Schweddy Balls."  Some supermarket chains are not stocking the new flavor, inspired by a "Saturday Night Live" skit featuring Alec Baldwin as bakery owner Pete Schweddy. They chains haven't said whether they're cool to the idea specifically because of the conservative One Million Moms' boycott movement, which says the Vermont company's name choice is repulsive. (AP Photo/Ben & Jerry's, File)
FILE - This file product image released Sept. 8, 2011 courtesy of Ben & Jerry's shows their ice cream flavor, "Schweddy Balls." Some supermarket chains are not stocking the new flavor, inspired by a "Saturday Night Live" skit featuring Alec Baldwin as bakery owner Pete Schweddy. They chains haven't said whether they're cool to the idea specifically because of the conservative One Million Moms' boycott movement, which says the Vermont company's name choice is repulsive. (AP Photo/Ben & Jerry's, File)
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