- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Baskin-Robbins has come up with a tasty way to honor U.S. military personnel for Veterans Day: camouflage ice cream.

“First Class Camouflage” and camouflage waffle cones will be available for all of November. The company will donate 10 cents from each ice cream scoop sold in the U.S. — any flavor — on Tuesday, Nov. 11, to the United Service Organizations (USO), People reported Tuesday.

The flavor incorporates chocolate, “salty” caramel, and a green vanilla cake flavor into a batch that slightly resembles the U.S. Army’s Battle Dress Uniform (BDU) fatigues used from the 1980s to the mid-2000s.

Baskin-Robbins also offers the “veteran’s incentive program,” which waives the $25,000 franchise fee for veterans who want to open up their own ice-cream shop, MilitaryTimes.com reported Wednesday.

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