Explain the favorable variance, Financial Accounting

Question: The manager of Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream is told that the direct material quantity variance for cherries in Cherries Garcia Ice cream is favorable. What could explain this favorable variance?  Is this favorable variance good news for the company?

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