Like Breyer's ice cream? Think again
Apparently it has nitrogen in it.
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Did you know that air is 78% nitrogen?
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I think you may have the answer to your question within your question. It's not good enough for any company to be profitable anymore, companies have a responsibility to their shareholders to always be driving up shareholder value and if you can't sell more ice cream, you'll have to cheapen your ingredients year-over-year until you're no longer selling ice cream but are selling frozen garbage.
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if people stop eating frozen dairy dessert the price will drop on ice cream? btw, what brand is this oreo "ice cream" you speak of?
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it's the only Oreo one I know of, I think its nestle ...nope just checked I think it's christie, actually I can't even read it but
Jul 14th, 2017 1:11 pm
those are frozen dairy desserts. where's the oreo ice cream?toronto19850 wrote: ↑Jul 14th, 2017 1:08 pmit's the only Oreo one I know of, I think its nestle ...nope just checked I think it's christie, actually I can't even read it but
I like the chocolate one though
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/nestl-oreo ... hrelevance
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