Häagen-Dazs is no longer the ice-cream brand its fans have known across the globe for nearly six decades.
The ice-cream maker, owned by the consumer goods giant General Mills, has rolled out the biggest brand overhaul in its 56-year history, complete with fresh packaging, a brand-new logo, plans to revamp its 800-plus global stores and a global advertising campaign.
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