Ben and Jerry’s wholeheartedly endorses the Occupy Wall Street movement. It’s cause, which organizers say is to bring down capitalism, is one the company’s Board of Directors holds near and dear to their hearts. At least that’s the official line. Unofficially, they’re laughing all the way to the bank.
Ben and Jerry’s, the ice cream maker owned by international mega-conglomerate Unilever, has endorsed the anti-corprorate Occupy Wall Street protests.
Ben and Jerry’s was sold to Unilever in 2000 for $326 million.
Gee, I wonder where all of that money was invested?
We used to occasionally purchase Ben and Jerry’s ice cream for the kids, but from now on we’ll be sure to only spend our money on products whose producers appreciate our hard work and capitalist endeavors.