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3 of America's Favorite Frozen Treats and the Dessert Supplies They Need

- 1/27/2016 9:47:32 AM
3 of America's Favorite Frozen Treats and the Dessert Supplies They NeedWhen the warm summer nights come around, there’s nothing people love more than a frozen treat. Whether it be taking the kids out after sports or just making an occasion of it with friends or loved ones, ice cream can be a great outing for everyone. 
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The Divine and Delicious Art of Gelato

- 1/20/2016 9:07:10 AM
The Divine and Delicious Art of GelatoAh, gelato: ice cream's creamy, dreamy, velvety European cousin. And now more than ever, the frozen dessert has made its way into the hearts and stomachs of dessert eaters across the United States -- and Americans consume A LOT of dessert. In fact, there are approximately 1.5 billion gallons of ice cream and other frozen dessert treats produced in the U.S. annually, and no doubt, gelato is among the ranks.
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American Ice Cream vs. Gelato

- 1/8/2016 11:37:56 AM
American Ice Cream vs. Gelato Despite their differences, gelato and ice cream are enjoyed almost equally in the United States. With a 10.9% preference for ice cream and an 8.9% preference for gelato, one would think these dessert titans would top the list. However, most Americans actually have a taste for frozen yogurt, which has a 78.9% preference rating. Snow cones, meanwhile, rank dead last with a rating of just 1.5%.
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Warmer Winter Weather Means a Second Wind For Ice Cream -- and No One's Complaining

- 1/5/2016 9:37:51 AM
Warmer Winter Weather Means a Second Wind For Ice Cream -- and No One's ComplainingTypically, ice cream is thought of a summertime treat. In fact, June is considered the month that the most ice cream is produced in the United States. And while 90% of households indulge in ice cream year-round, it is certainly not considered a staple wintertime treat.
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