Haägen-Dazs Gives Us Five...Ingredients, That Is


Photo credit: Häagen-Dazs

Do we really need more artificial-preservative-laden junk in our trunk? Häagen-Dazs pares it down to the basics with "Five," a new line of all-natural ice-cream that contains a surprisingly svelte list of ingredients—five to be exact.

You can scoop up flavors such as mint, ginger, coffee, vanilla bean, and passion fruit—which the ice-cream maker touts as containing less fat than its existing fare—and bask in the simplicity of skim milk, cream, sugar, egg yolks, and flavor extract without tripping your tongue over unpronounceable additives.

Now if only Häagen-Dazs would source milk that is organic, or at least verified to be free of recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH), that would truly be ice cream we'd scream about.

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