Quiz: Design Your Dream House and We'll Tell You Which Ben and Jerry's Flavor You Are
Design Your Dream House and We'll Tell You Which Ben and Jerry's Flavor You Are
By: Khadija Leon
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About This Quiz

Founded in 1978, Ben and Jerry's is an American company that manufactures ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbets. After a $12, 000 investment and a plan, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield opened up their first ice cream parlor in downtown Vermont.

Today, the company is worth more than $300 million, operates globally, and their products can be found in almost every single country. They are known for the trademark chunks mixed into their ice cream, which few people know is due to Ben having a smell condition that made him rely on the feeling of food textures to give his food variety. 

With new flavors being developed every few months, the company has survived in one of the most competitive businesses in the world. Its creative names are also a hit with customers, some of which including Truffle Kerfuffle, the Tonight Dough, Phish Food, Oat of This Swirled, Karamel Sutra Core and Blondie Ambition. 

Which of the many flavors are you? Will you be nutty and crunchy, sweet and salty, chewy and gooey, or are you as traditional as vanilla? Well, if you design your dream home and choose everything down to how much square footage you would like, then we will tell you which flavor you are. Take it to find out what it will be. 

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