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Ben & Jerry's is usually a treat for many of us and we'll only buy it when it's on offer, otherwise we might as well take out a mortgage to pay it off.
So you might be delighted to find out that you could get your hands on a huge 4.5 litre tub of the stuff for an incredible £3.50 ($4.30).
The usual pots we stuff into the freezer are 465ml whereas this beauty is almost 10 times the size - and in most cases will cost you significantly less as well.
You can get a tub of the industrial sized B&J's from Heron Foods - the flavours available are Baked Alaska and Moo-phoria Chocolate Cookie Dough.
The tubs can be found in all Heron Food stores, but are selling out fast and are available for a limited time only. The grocery chain told LADbible the stock would have been bound for cinemas and restaurants, but the coronavirus pandemic has forced these venues to close.
Taking to social media, one sweet-toothed fan dubbed this the 'deal of the millennium' with another writing: "Might drive 35 miles to my nearest Heron Foods." Can't say we'd blame you.
A third commented: "Found baked alska in Hull area Heron Foods, I'm going to need a bigger freezer."
Someone also found the Moo-Phoria flavour light ice cream in the Bootle Strand store in Merseyside, writing: "Not the packaging we all know but an absolute steal nonetheless, tastes exactly the same."
LADbible has reached out to Heron Foods to ask where the product is available and how long it will be on shelves for.
If this has got your taste buds tingling it might be time to apply for a job that is going with a doughnut company that is on the lookout for taste testers.
Project D is looking for a number of volunteers to munch their way through four doughnuts each week for a month and report back about the quality, selection, flavours and toppings. Sounds good to me.
The company changes the flavour of its doughnuts every six weeks and even offers a vegan range. It's now on the hunt for between three and five testers in each of its delivery locations across the West Midlands.
As well as getting to enjoy free doughnuts, the testers will also be the very first to try out the new flavours. Win win situation, right here.
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