Iconic Brands Born American But Now Owned by Foreigners

Ben & Jerry’s

Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield began selling their ice cream in a Burlington, Vermont gas station in 1978. The brand, known for its 1960s counterculture inspiration, became iconic in the 1980s and 1990s. Flavors were named after rock bands and celebrities. Unilever, a Dutch-British conglomerate, bought Ben & Jerry’s in 2000 for more than $326 million.

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