But despite all this, Berger is pressing on with a suit against Halo Top parent company Eden Creamery. The suit alleges the brand engaged in "false, deceptive, and misleading” labeling of a pint that Berger purchased in 2017 for $6.99. Now, Berger is primed to enter a legal dogfight that will likely cost him far more money.
The complaint, which was obtained by The New York Post, alleges that Halo Top's "light ice cream" label was too small for Berger to see. He then dug into the ice cream and found it harder and less creamy than he would have liked. The suit also makes Berger out to be an unwitting victim to a devious plot and takes issue with Halo Top's logo, of all things. Here's a snippet of the complaint, according to a report by Gothamist: