Every once in a while, an ice cream company will come out with a weird flavor that we'll gladly pick up and read the label, but would never try.
Haagen-Dazs has done just that, announcing a new experiment to try and get kids to eat more veggies.
They're releasing vegetable flavored ice cream, with half the fat of normal ice cream!
Thankfully, they're only releasing this in Japan. LOLz!
We're not sure we'd be into it but maybe others would enjoy the 8.5% milk fat, Tomato Cherry and Carrot Orange flavors.
We guess it's like juicing and making a smoothie with milk and ice, but still there's just something… unsettling about veggie ice cream.
It'll be released on May 12th in Japan and there are no plans for a U.S. release.
Though you never know, it could blow up huge in Japan and next thing you know, we'll be getting chocolate, vanilla and Tomato Cherry ice cream cones here in America.
[Image via Haagen-Dazs/Facebook.]