Dreyer's, also known as Edy's in some parts of the United States, is a subsidiary of Nestlé which produces ice cream and frozen yogurt.
In conjunction with the 1998 American GODZILLA film's release, Dreyer's and Edy's released a limited edition ice cream flavor called "Godzilla Vanilla" to stores on May 20, 1998. The flavor was intended to resemble Godzilla swimming in water, with its predominant ingredient of vanilla ice cream acting as a sea, the chocolate fudge acting as waves, and small chocolate candies made in the shape of Godzilla to "swim" within it. Godzilla Vanilla contained 160 calories, 8 grams of fat, 25 milligrams of cholesterol, 50 milligrams of sodium, 19 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of protein, and 6% calcium per ½ cup.
- The release of Godzilla Vanilla ice cream was forced to be postponed until May 20 due to the design of TriStar's Godzilla, which was intended to be left ambiguous up until the release of the film, being clearly visible on the packaging.
- Dreyer's Godzilla Vanilla Official webpage. (Archived)
- Edy's Godzilla Vanilla Official webpage. (Archived)
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