Ice Cream in America


Tom: Ice cream!!! Will you like it ?

Emily: I just love it !!!

Tom: Why would you love it ?

Emily: Because it is sweet and tasty. 🙂

Tom: Just because it is sweet and tasty do you like it ?

Emily: Oh My God !!! what’s your problem ?


Emily: Don’t you have any work to do ?

Tom: Am doing my work perfect !!! Emily: EEEEEEEEEEEE


Yes ice creams many would like and love it. Many are crazy with ice creams. The two very old flavors, Vanilla and chocolate are still the best selling flavors in USA according to the survey of International Dairy Foods Association (Washington, D.C. – July 1, 2017). The association released survey results for National Ice Cream Month.

According to the survey conducted by IDF Association, America’s top five flavors of ice cream are: vanilla, chocolate, Cookies N’ Cream, Mint Chocolate Chip and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.Vanilla ice cream was the best-selling flavor not only because it is creamy and delicious, but also because of its capability to enhance many other desserts and treats. The report on the ingredients added to ice cream, shows that pecans are the most popular nut or nut flavoring, and strawberries are the most popular fruit added to their frozen treats.

Waffle cones and sugar cones are the popular containers with consumers. Ice cream sandwich was the top favorite novelty ice cream product of America. Ice cream sandwich was found to be the best-selling novelty when compared with ice cream cups, pops, cones and bars.

From neighborhood ice cream scoop shops to national ice cream brands, ice cream industry in the United States contributes more than $39.0 billion to the national economy and creates more than 188,000 jobs nationally.

The Great Lakes region of the United States, particularly Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin, is a hot spot for the chilled treat. For respondents who market their products regionally, the area earned the top spot for the most successful and the most served market.

Survey results also confirmed that many ice cream makers and retailers have family-owned businesses, have been in operation for more than 50 years and primarily market their products locally and regionally.


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