How Unilever killed Breyers ice cream: "Prior to 2006- Breyers was known for producing ice cream with a small number of all-natural ingredients. In recent years- as part of cost-cutting measures since their move from Green Bay- Wisconsin to Unilever's U.S. headquarters in Englewood Cliffs- New Jersey- Breyers has reformulated many of its flavors with nontraditional- additive ingredients- significantly changing the taste and texture of their desserts as a direct result of these additions. One significant result of these cost-cutting practices has been that the majority of their U.S. products no longer contain enough milk and cream to actually be considered "ice cream-" and are now labeled "Frozen Dairy Dessert" instead"


Breyers is a frozen dessert brand of Unilever – part of their United States (U.S.) Good Humor-Breyers unit – available throughout the U.S. and Canada.





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