TORONTO — Ben & Jerry’s is launching an ice cream on-demand service, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Through the service, the brand will also introduce its two hotly anticipated non-dairy flavours — P.B. & Cookies and Coffee Caramel Fudge.
“With more than seven million Canadians being affected by lactose intolerance, Ben & Jerry’s wants to make sure everyone can enjoy our euphoric flavours,” says Rebecca Orellana, Unilever Canada. “Our on-demand ordering service will give our fans a chance to try our new almond-based flavours before they start to hit Canadian store shelves on Feb. 27, 2017.”
In addition to these new flavours, the on-demand service will also offer three of the brand’s popular options, including Cherry Garcia, Half Baked and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. To order one of the five pints available, customers can visit benandJerry.urbery.com, where they will enter in location details, select a scheduled or same-day delivery time, and provide payment. Pints will be available for $8.99 for traditional flavours and $9.99 for non-dairy, plus a $4.99 delivery fee. Delivery is free for orders of three or more pints.
Ben & Jerry’s on-demand delivery will be made available Feb. 14, 2017 from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Monday to Sunday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. going forward.