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Inside Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Graveyard

by Broken News Daily 2:45 mins

Have you ever wondered what happens to your favorite Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream flavor once it’s discontinued? It’s laid to rest in The Ben & Jerry Flavor cemetery, of course. With headstones and everything! That’s right. The lawn overlooking the Waterbury, Vermont Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory is actually a graveyard for the gone, but not forgotten ice cream flavors. Each flavor has its own headstone including a whimsical epitaph. RIP, Bovinity Divinity, RIP.

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