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November 25, 1987

Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc. has won a court injunction barring Haagen-Dazs Co. from trying to force Ben & Jerry's ice cream off supermarket shelves. The order stems from a suit filed last week that alleges that Haagen-Dazs and its parent company, Pillsbury, are trying to prevent distributors from selling Ben & Jerry's. Waterbury, Vt.-based Ben & Jerry's cited a 1985 agreement that prevents Haagen-Dazs from such actions. The accord resulted when Ben & Jerry's learned that Haagen-Dazs had told some New England distributors that if they sold other super premium ice cream products, including Ben & Jerry's, they would lose access to Haagen-Dazs.

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