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How Does Ben & Jerry's Make A Million Pints Of Ice Cream A Day?

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How Does Ben & Jerry's Make A Million Pints Of Ice Cream A Day?

How Does Ben & Jerry's Make A Million Pints Of Ice Cream A Day?

Ben & Jerry's is the best-selling single ice cream brand in the world.

It's gained a cult following thanks to classic flavors like Half Baked and Cherry Garcia.

The company is on a mission to use ice cream to fight for equality.

Business Insider visits the plant in St.

Albans, Vermont, to see how Ben & Jerry's pumps out nearly 1 million pints a day.

It takes hundreds of workers, special machinery, and a 24/7 operation to package up these pints.


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