Stone Creek, Inc. v. Omnia Italian Design, Inc.


FILED OPINION (M. MARGARET MCKEOWN, CONSUELO M. CALLAHAN and GORDON J. QUIST)AFFIRMED IN PART, REVERSED IN PART, AND REMANDED. Costs on appeal shall be awarded to Stone Creek, Inc. Judge: MMM Authoring, FILED AND ENTERED JUDGMENT. [10503751] [15-17418, 16-15304] --[Edited: Webcite attached. 07/11/2017 by TYL]

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Case: 15-17418, 07/11/2017, ID: 10503751, DktEntry: 57-3, Page 1 of 4 EDITION  US TASTE 05/13/2015 07:00 am ET | Updated Sep 13, 2015 Häagen-Dazs Doesn’t Come From Where You Think It Comes From By Alison Spiegel c n, In esig D lian ia Ita 5, 2017 Omn y c. v. d on Jul n ek, I chive e ar e Cr Ston -17418 in 15 cited No. . FACEBOOK/HÄAGEN-DAZS You think you know somebody: you spend long hours on the couch watching TV together, you celebrate birthdays with one another, you even cry to them on occasion. Then this somebody goes and completely surprises you. Sound familiar? Allow us to introduce you to HäagenDazs: the ice cream company you thought you knew, but you really didn’t know at all. Häagen-Dazs is not from Denmark. It’s not from Germany or Sweden either. It comes Case: 15-17418, 07/11/2017, ID: 10503751, DktEntry: 57-3, Page 2 of 4 from the Bronx. Häagen-Dazs is a New Yorker. Yep, it’s true. While some fans may have already known the real origins of this famed ice cream company, for those who always thought Häagen-Dazs was vaguely European, now you know the truth. The company has charming roots to be sure — they were just planted on this side of the Atlantic. After working in the family ice cream business, Reuben Mattus, along with his wife Rose, started Häagen-Dazs in the 1960s. According to the company’s website, Mattus sold “fruit ice and ice cream pops from a horse-drawn wagon in the bustling streets of the Bronx, New York.” When Mattus and his wife launched their own ice cream business, they started with three flavors: vanilla, chocolate and coffee. Mattus invented the Danish-sounding Häagen-Dazs name because he thought it conveyed an “aura of the old-world traditions and craftsmanship.” He added an umlaut even though that punctuation mark doesn’t exist in the Danish language, because he thought it would make his nc. product stand out. Online magazine Tablet says that Mattus was iinspired by Denmark gn, I Des alian World War II.” According to tduring 017 because it was “the only country which saved the JewsI mnia uly 5, 2 v. O carried a map of Denmark to give the . The New York Times, the original ice creamccartons n J o , In reek archived C impression that the productin Stone -17418 was European. 15 ited c No. By 1973, pints were getting shipped around the country and in 1976 the first scoop shop opened. International fame set in after Pillsbury acquired the company in 1983. Today, General Mills owns Häagen-Dazs. All this doesn’t make us love the ice cream any less, but we’re now adding Häagen-Dazs to the “foods with surprising origins” file, along with the likes of Hawaiian pizza (hint: not Hawaiian), tacos al pastor and Caesar salad. ALSO ON HUFFPOST: Case: 15-17418, 07/11/2017, ID: 10503751, DktEntry: 57-3, Page 3 of 4  The Best Ice Cream Recipes Alison Spiegel  Suggest a correction Food writer and editor MORE: Haagen Dasz Haagen Dasz Ice Cream Haagen Dasz Origin Haagen Dasz Comes From Haagen Dasz Bronx You May Like c n, In esig D lian ia Ita 5, 2017 Omn y c. v. d on Jul n ek, I chive e ar e Cr Ston -17418 in 15 cited No. . Sponsored Links by Taboola  San Francisco, California: This Brilliant Company Is Disrupting a $200 Billion Reclusive Millionaire Warns Americans: "Get Out Of Cash" Hollywood Actress Tells All: “I Hope My Story Will Help Other Women” EverQuote Insurance Quotes Stansberry Research ActivatedYou Here’s Why Guys Are Obsessed With This Underwear… Find Local San Francisco Experts To Clean Your Home Inside & Out Here's How A Complete Beginner Can Speak A New Language In 3 Weeks! The Weekly Brief | Mack Weldon HomeAdvisor The Babbel Magazine     Case: 15-17418, 07/11/2017, ID: 10503751, DktEntry: 57-3, Page 4 of 4 HuffPost ABOUT US ADVERTISE About Our Ads Contact Us RSS FAQ Careers ©2017 Oath Inc. All rights reserved.Part of HuffPost Lifestyle Archive User Agreement c n, In esig D lian ia Ita 5, 2017 Comment Policy Omn y c. v. d on Jul n ek, I chive e ar e Cr Ston -17418 in 15 cited No. Privacy Policy .

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