Haagen-Dazs Vanilla Chocolate Chip (Pint)
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Our delectable chocolate chips are swirled with our creamy, smooth vanilla ice cream, allowing two flavor titans to come together in this classically indulgent treat.
Ingredients: VANILLA ICE CREAM: CREAM, SKIM MILK, SUGAR, LACTOSE REDUCED SKIM MILK, CORN SYRUP, EGG YOLKS, SALT, VANILLA EXTRACT. CHOCOLATE CHIPS: SUGAR, CHOCOLATE, COCOA BUTTER, VANILLA EXTRACT. CONTAINS: MILK, EGG AND SOY INGREDIENTS.
Amended Review from 12/15/19) as of 12/08/20 - When I ordered 16-pints of the same ice cream on 11/29/19 last year, I was initially very disappointed for 3-reasons:
1.) It almost took the same length of time for the ice cream to travel the last 16-miles and be delivered in town, locally (after bouncing around a delivery truck for almost 16-hours) as it did for the ice cream to travel the 569-miles from Oak Creek, WI to Kansas City, KS (18-hours). Thank God it had been packed in dry ice; because the dry ice was totally gone by the time I received the ice cream. Thankfully, the ice cream was still frozen, but for how much longer it would have stayed that way is anybody’s guess.
2.) One of the pints had a puncture hole in the bottom of the carton. I can only assume that someone stuck their finger through it in the process of packaging the ice cream before it shipped. But, thankfully IceCreamSource.com refunded the cost of that pint off my payment.
3.) My intention was to create a supply that would last me 3-4 months; before the last expiration date expired. So what did IceCreamSource.com do? They sent me 16-pints with the same exact expiration date, which I might add; all expiring in roughly 30-days. All Shipped on 12/02/19; and, all expired on 01/15/20.
Well, there was no way that I was going to eat 16-pints of ice cream in 30-days. So, I decided to just eat the ice cream, like I would normally do; and, take my chances on how long that they would stay good. The first 12-pints, I ate in the first 6-months; and, the last 3-pints, I’ve ate over the last 6-months. The last of which I just ate on 12/02/20, exactly a year to the day from when they originally shipped; and, it was still good; and, tasted just as great as the first pint that I consumed. Not that I would recommend to anybody to do what I did; not being able to guarantee that I or anybody else would get the same results as I did.
So, although I was not a happy customer, in the beginning, I am now; and, have become a big believer in (and, fan of) IceCreamSource.com; and, am just about to place my second order, this time for only 12-pints; with the intention of ordering another 12-pints for the second half of 2021. Thanks IceCreamSource.com.
When somebody orders 16-pints of the same ice cream, it’s not like I am going to be eating them all as soon as I get them. No, my intention was to create a supply that would last me 3-4 months; before the last expiration date expired. But, what does IceCreamSource do? You send me 16-pints with the same exact expiration date; which I might add, all expire in roughly 30-days. You seriously couldn’t send me 16-pints with varying expiration dates so that I could make them last at least a couple months? And, on top of that by the time UPS, who I might add is the slowest as well as the worst package delivery service in the United States as far as how long they take to delivery anything to my address and how many packatges that I’ve received from them that were a total loss, by the time my shipment was delivered which was at 8:45 PM at night, there was no evidence of any dry ice left. Bouncing around in a truck in the Kansas City Area for over 12-hours before they got off their ass and delivered the ice cream. I would hate to think how long that they would taken if the box hadn’t been marked perishable. The ice cream was still frozen. I just question how much longer that it would have stayed that way. Plus, the fact that one of the pints had a puncture hole in the bottom of the carton. I can only assume that someone stuck their finger through it in the process of packaging the ice cream before it shipped. Needless to say I’m not a happy customer; and, don’t know whether or not I will be ordering any more ice cream from you folks ever again; and, if I don’t, I will make sure everybody that I know is made aware of how this whole experience played out. At a minimum, I would like a refund for the 1-pint of ice cream that I had to trash. Considering that I’m a new customer and how I’ve been treated with my first order, it makes me wonder how you would treat a regular customer. Please advise. Thanks!