Irv Robbins opens Snowbird ice cream shop in Glendale, California. The store’s concept will later become the first Baskin-Robbins.
Burt Baskin opens Burton’s ice cream shop in Pasadena, California.
Burt and Irv’s stores grow to a chain of six stores and the founders decide to sell their first licensing agreement, pioneering the franchise business in the ice cream industry.
Baskin-Robbins expands to 40 franchised stores across Southern California.
Baskin-Robbins introduces the signature miniature Pink Spoon, encouraging ice cream enthusiasts to unlimited tastes.
Burt and Irv consolidate stores under the name Baskin-Robbins 31 Ice Cream, creating the unique “31″ concept of offering a different flavor for every day of the month.
Baseball Nut hits stores to commemorate the Dodgers move to Los Angeles from Brooklyn.
Baskin-Robbins offers nearly 150 flavors in our “Flavor Library.
Baskin-Robbins expands nationwide, with more than 400 stores.
Beatle Nut hits the stores when Beatle Mania strikes the United States.
0031 Secret Bonded appears in store to celebrate the popular James Bond 007 movie series.
Lunar Cheesecake launches as the first man lands on the moon.
Baskin-Robbins expands internationally.
Pink Bubble Gum pops in stores.
Valley Forge Fudge honors America’s Bicentennial.
Miami Ice hits stores along with TV hit Miami Vice. Along with the preppy craze Baskin-Robbins introduces Preppy Mint.
Oreo® Cookies ‘n Cream becomesa new hit flavor.
Gorba Chocolate honors the Soviet Leader and fall of communism.
Cappuccino Blast® blasts into stores nationwide.
Love Potion #31 starts a Valentine’s Day love affair.
Shrek Swirl appears in dipping cabinets nationwide.
Bold Breezes arrives into stores across the country. Baskin-Robbins opens up the Birthday Club to ice cream lovers of all ages.
Introduction of Soft Serve and 31 Below
Celebrate 40 years in Canada.