While a regular Ben & Jerry's container can easily contain over 1,000 calories, the new Moo-phoria pints are capped at 560.
The company has also made it a point to print the calorie count for a half-cup serving on the front of the packages because they don't want people to take the low-calorie count as encouragement to eat the entire pint in one go.
The new flavors include Chocolate Milk & Cookies, Caramel Cookie Fix, and P.B. Dough, and they've started popping up in stores as of February 7.
The ice cream company is hoping to compete with other brands like Halo Top, which has made a name for itself by offering low calorie treats.
This news comes just weeks after Ben & Jerry's released an entire new collection featuring 8 new flavors, including a selection of non-dairy treats and a trio of Truffle pints - Chocolate Shake It, Caramel Chocolate Cheesecake and Chillin' the Roast.
Keep an eye out for all these new flavors whenever you're in the freezer aisle of your grocery store, because ice cream fans like myself won't think twice about scooping them all up as soon as we spot them.
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