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Did you like a certain flavor of Ben & Jerry's and then find out it is no longer produced? You can take comfort in visiting the cemetery that will allow you to say goodbye and maybe if you ask nicely you will get a renewal



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The coldest cemetery in the world: This is where ice cream is going to die

Did you like a certain flavor of Ben & Jerry's ice cream and then found out that it is no longer produced?

You can take comfort in visiting the cemetery that will allow you to say goodbye and maybe if you ask nicely you will get a renewal of the dead taste

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What is the most popular flavor of Ben & Jerry's?

(Cookie Dough | Ben & Jerry's)

Ben & Jerry's recently made headlines in Israel because of Unilever's announcement of its intention to stop selling its products in Judea and Samaria - which led to calls for a boycott of the company's products, but at regular times Ben & Jerry's ice cream is considered one of the favorites in Israel and around the world. And more new flavors.

At the same time - it stops producing unpopular or pre-planned flavors for a short time only.



But what does one do when his favorite taste has ceased to exist?

Well, it turns out that there is a cemetery for all the flavors of ice cream that left us prematurely.

This is not a joke, we are talking about a real cemetery with magnificent tombstones, so that people can come and say goodbye to their favorite flavors.

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The Ben & Jerry's Cemetery was originally just a web page dedicated to flavors the brand stopped producing, but it has become a tourist attraction located behind Ben & Jerry's first plant in Waterbury, Vermont.


Nicola Simmons of Ben & Jerrys told the Daily Mirror: "This idea started online, when we set up the site 30 years ago. That's how we allowed fans to say goodbye to their favorite flavors. In 1997 we set up a cemetery near our Connecticut plant, where people could visit. And remember the lost flavors. "

People come to mourn for their favorite taste who died prematurely

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It started with only four flavors, but today you can find in the cemetery no less than 300 magnificent granite tombstones, dedicated to flavors that no longer exist and written on them praising the flavors that "passed away".

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At the @benandjerrys flavor graveyard paying my respects.

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- Kristan Higgins (@Kristan_Higgins) September 24, 2018

Ben and Jersey's website mentions some of their favorite favorite flavors - including Brownie Batter (Oatmeal Cookie Chunk) and Oatmeal Cookie Chunk (sweet cinnamon ice cream with pieces of fudge and oatmeal cookies).

Will the resurrection come?

Some fans are very determined to bring back lost flavors - with one fan of oatmeal even submitting an appeal to the White House.

Another one has a Facebook page dedicated to returning another discontinued flavor - Fudge Central.



The company says that if your favorite flavor is buried you must not lose hope of licking it again. They promise that the flavors that "died" do not disappear forever.

The brand has an ongoing competition where fans can vote for their favorite flavor in the cemetery and get it revived.

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