They’re cool and refreshing, and totally customizable! Dress yours up with nuts, fruit, and all the fancy drizzles you can handle.Read More - Recipe: Vegan Fancy Fudge Pops Read More
Can you imagine a life where every so often, you pack up, hop on a plane and go live and work in a totally different part of the world? Sound appealing? Maybe a little hard, too? It’s reality for our Flavour Guru Andrea.
“I love it. There are some things that are really hard about moving, but I love the cultural differences around the world. You learn a lot and it challenges you a lot.”.
Travel is in Andrea’s blood. Born in England, and raised in Australia, Andrea is well accustomed to being on the go. She spent a year and half traveling through Europe after university, she spent months in Nepal and Africa. Now with Ben & Jerry’s she’s working around the world, launching new flavours with local appeal in Australia, Japan, the Unites States, and now the English countryside.
“My favorite places are often wherever I am at the moment, with the people I’m with.”
Check out Andrea’s Flavour Guru story and learn more about her work and play in different parts of the world.
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Layer upon layer upon layer of Moo-phoria smoothie magic! Use that pint of Moo-phoria P.B. Dough light ice cream to whip up this sweet treat.Read More - Recipe: Layered Smoothie Pops Read More
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