Ben & Jerry’s to Start Making Frozen Dog Treats

Ben & Jerry’s to Start Making Frozen Dog Treats

They will be introducing 4-ounce Doggie Desserts in U.S. stores by the end of January. The frozen treats will be available in two flavors:, pumpkin with cookies and peanut butter with pretzels. Doggie Desserts are made with sunflower butter, which Ben & Jerry’s also uses for its non-dairy ice cream for humans. They will sell for $2.99 per cup or $4.99 for four. Once in stores, pet owners can find the treats in the frozen food aisle near the popsicles. This is an opportunity for people to treat their dogs as they’re treating themselves when they grab a pint off the shelf, Lindsay Bumps, a global marketing specialist with Ben & Jerry’s, via ‘U.S. News & World Report’