Ben and Jerry’s case study
Ben & Jerry was founded in the early 80th with Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield.
The activity started out as a milk bar in Burlington, beforespreading out to become a door-to-door business and one of the first Ice cream industries in the world.
« Ice cream that thinks »: they have a true identity in making sure that producers or every singleactor of their profits take in account their acts on the planet and try to become more aware of the environment in finding solutions against their potential impacts.
Hence, the entire company turnsaround true values:
– Combination of human energy & money
– Tries to set off society changes & improving lives of people in their societies
– Sustainable development policies
* B&J is owned by a big group: Unilever
* Commited in a policy of sustainable development
* They give a part of profits to philanthropic causes
* Social andenvironmental commitment
* Strong growth
* Present in more than 750 shops in 24 countries.
* Good product quality
* Chunky Monkey ice cream belongs to a top 10 list of best ice creamWeaknesses:
* Very narrowed/limited consumer target
* Products are weakly distributed in mass retail channel (85% for Häagen-Dazs)
* Product price can be pretty high for the youngcustomers
* Sales growth decreasing
- Increase of the sustainable development in economics and in personal’s values. More and more people are committed to the social and theresponsible aspects. Global interest for social causes such as sustainable agriculture, ensure basic human rights, protection of animals…
- Decrease of the private labels.
- In 2008 they acquired Bestfoods and Slim-fast which will allow them to enter a new industry of weight loss products.
- Be present on very specific media to communicate to its target. (Example: Radio Nova, which is...
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