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Ben & Jerry's logoProduct recall: Ben & Jerry's ice creamCheck for affected batch codes on 'Cookie Dough' 500ml tubs

Fri 26 Aug

Ice cream maker Ben & Jerry's has issued an urgent safety warning as a "limited number" of Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough ice cream tubs (500ml) are thought to contain small pieces of metal.Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough ice cream 500ml tub

As a precaution, if you've got this particular type of ice cream in your freezer at home, you should check the batch number printed on the bottom of the tub to make sure it's not affected.

Ben & Jerry's says you should not eat the ice cream if its batch number matches any of the following:

  • L62110L011
  • L62111L011
  • L62112L011
  • L62113L011

If you reckon you've got one of the affected tubs, you should call Ben & Jerry's on 0800 146 252 to receive details of how you can get a replacement. Ben & Jerry's has said it takes "great pride" in the quality of its products and is "very sorry" about what has happened.

No other batch codes or other Ben & Jerry's flavours are thought to be affected.

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Ben & Jerry's logo1.75 Ben & Jerry's cookie dough ice creamAt Co-op while stocks last. Cheapest we've seen (norm 5)

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If you're a Ben & Jerry's fan, you may be able to satisfy your cravings for less. 500ml tubs of Ben & Jerry's cookie dough ice cream are £1.75 at Co-op food stores (find your nearest) while stocks last. This is Co-op's best-ever price and the cheapest we've seen them anywhere.

The 500ml tub is the standard and most common Ben & Jerry's size, and they're normally £4.99 at full price, so, although they're occasionally half-price at £2.50 in various supermarkets, this new cheaper price could make it worth clearing a space in your freezer.

While the offer isn't due to end until Tue 19 Jun, we expect this to be popular - and Co-op says it's only 'while stocks last' in 2,506 of its 2,536 stores - so you may need to go quick.

In addition, if you're a student holding a valid NUS card, you can also get 10% student discount on your shopping at Co-op stores, making the tub of ice cream even cheaper at only £1.58.

Note: MSE cannot be responsible for ice cream headaches or sugar rushes as a result of this deal.

See our Supermarket Coupons page for more ways to save on your food shopping.

Ben & Jerry's logoFree Ben & Jerry's ice creamFree Cone Day from 12-8pm on Tue 4 Apr

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We’ve got a big scoop for you - it's almost time for the long-awaited ‘Free Cone Day’ at Ben & Jerry’s.

What is Free Cone Day?

Once a year, Ben & Jerry’s gives out free ice cream cones at selected stores/cinemas across the UK. So this year, on Tue 4 Apr, you can get TOTALLY FREE Ben & Jerry’s ice cream if you visit a participating store from 12-8pm. This is the 39th annual Free Cone Day, so it’s become something of a tradition for die-hard ice cream fans.

How do you get free ice cream?

First, go online to check your nearest participating store – you’ll need to enter your postcode and tick the ‘Participate Free Cone Day’ box. Ben & Jerry's told us this year, only 22 stores and concessions are participating (which is a lot fewer than last year), so many of you will unfortunately be frozen out this time around.

Once you’ve found a participating store, just turn up between 12pm and 8pm (some store times vary) and ask for your free cone - there's no code or voucher needed. It’s one scoop per cone, and you can choose any flavour. It’s likely there’ll be long queues so be prepared to wait a while for your freebie. Ben & Jerry's says you're welcome to grab a scoop and join the queue again (& again) if you're after another free scoop - but please eat responsibly.

Odeon Cinemas told us while it is not officially taking part, "if you ask at the counters you should get a free cone". However, we're not sure how this would work in practice with informing staff etc, so it's worth asking if you're going anyway, but probably not worth making a special trip.

Ben & Jerry's logoBen & Jerry's Free Cone Day12-8pm today only. Includes cinema concession stands

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We’ve got a big scoop for you. Here at MSE Towers, we’re ready for one of the most important days of the year – ‘Free Cone Day’ at Ben & Jerry’s.

What is Free Cone Day?

Once a year, Ben & Jerry’s gives out free ice cream cones at selected stores across the UK. So this year, on Tue 12 Apr, you can get TOTALLY FREE Ben & Jerry’s ice cream if you visit a participating store between 12-8pm. This is the 38th annual Free Cone Day, so it’s become something of a tradition for die-hard ice cream fans.

How do you get free ice cream?

First go online to check your nearest participating store – you’ll need to enter your postcode and tick the ‘Participate Free Cone Day’ box. Some concession stands in cinemas are participating, so if you don’t think there’s a Ben & Jerry’s store near you, it’s still worth checking if your local Odeon or Vue cinema is offering free cones.

Once you’ve found a participating store, all you need to do is turn up between 12pm and 8pm and ask for your free cone - there's no code or voucher needed. It’s one scoop per cone (norm £2.50), and you can choose any flavour. It’s likely there’ll be long queues so either get there early, or be prepared to wait a while for your freebie.

Ben & Jerry's even says you can join the queue again if you're after another free scoop. Please eat responsibly.

Ben & Jerry's logoBen & Jerry's Free Cone DayFree ice cream scoop in any flavour - times vary per store

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Yes, you read correctly FREE ICE-CREAM! It's Ben & Jerry's Free Cone Day on Tue 8 Apr.

Just turn up at any participating scoop shop, (mostly based inside cinemas) and mention Free Cone Day to get one free scoop (normally around £2.50). You can get any flavour you want (and there's loads!). The Free Cone Day is between 3-9pm in the Leicester Square site.

For all other locations, check this free cone day link for the times. See the full T&Cs.

MSE Charlotte says:

So here's the best bit -  is you can re-join the queue again and again. That's a lot of ice-cream for free if you're willing to queue. Luckily, Martin has said I can have the day off so I can spend some time in the queue or till I'm sick (ok... he hasn't - yet, but a scoop or two in my lunch hour will do).

Ben & Jerry's logoBen & Jerry's Free Cone DayFree ice cream scoops in any flavour

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MSE update Tue 9 Apr 2013: We've just been told that the ice-cream is only available from 6-9pm (3pm-9pm Leicester Square).

It's Ben & Jerry's Free Cone Day on Tue 9 Apr 2013. Just turn up at any participating scoop shop, (mostly based inside cinemas) and mention Free Cone Day to get free ice cream (normally 2.50). Ben and Jerry's started Free Cone Day in 1979 and has done it every year since.

MSE Charlotte says:

The best bit about this is you can re-join the queue again and again. So if you're anything like me when it comes to ice cream, you may want to take some time off and spend the day in a Ben and Jerry's queue (or till you're sick). But of course, you didn't hear that from me.

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