Ben & Jerry's to Stop Using Glyphosate in Ice Creams

Ben and Jerry's is announcing big changes after concerns arose about herbicides in some of its ice cream.  
A post on the company's blog says that by no later than 2020 it will stop using ingredients that have been made with crops chemically dried using glyphosate.
Glyphosate is a key ingredient in herbicide that was found in four Ben & Jerry's ice creams this summer.
Also, according to the post the company's new product line in 2018 will have a 100 percent organic dairy base mix.


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