Jeni’s is a Certified B Corporation endorsed by the international nonprofit B Lab as a company that meets rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Using Direct Trade ingredients, employing a diverse team of people, working to improve our environmental and social impact—it’s all part of how we operate and an important part of our company culture. We build community wherever we go, from near our kitchen in Columbus, to the cities across the country where we have scoop shops. Working with people we know and trust helps us get the best ingredients we can find. We’re proud to be a B Corp. It means we’re an evolving company—pushing forward to be better tomorrow than we are today.
Annual Report 2021
2021 was a banner year. We opened scoop shops in three new cities. We made a flavor with Dolly Parton that broke the internet—and helped make the world a little bit better of a place. We added new wholesale customers. And, most important, we continued to find ways to bring people together.
Annual Report 2020
The year that felt like twenty
Despite a global pandemic, we found ways to grow the company, and, in turn, our impact. From opening shops in three new states and adding 100 new wholesale customers, to finding new ways to show up for our communities in times of shared need. While people weren’t able to gather at our shops for most of the year, we found different ways to bring people together.
2017 Year in review
2017 was our 15th year in business. We opened 8 scoop shops, released our first dairy-free flavor, and made A LOT of new friends.
2016 year in review
DAMN. 2016 was a busy year. From reimagining classic flavors in our American Licks collection, to welcoming tiny members via Street Treats, to VP Joe Biden stopping by Jeni’s HQ… and that’s not even half of it.
2015 Annual Report
From flavors that let you taste color, to a voluntary recall that led to the unthinkable—no chocolate ice cream on our menu?!—2015 was one hell of a year.
2014 Annual Report
From road trips and pop-ups to Pint Club and pounds and pounds of local ingredients, 2014 was a very good year. Our Annual Report details what we did—and how we did it.