3,010: The number of pounds the largest scoop of ice cream weighed. The large scoop, created by Kemps LLC in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, contained approximately 733 containers of strawberry ice cream. It measured 5’6” tall and 6’2” wide.
New Zealand: The number one ice cream consuming country in the world. New Zealand consumes 7.5 gallons per capita, per year. After New Zealand, the United States consumes 5.5 gallons per capita, per year, followed by Australia with 4.8 gallons per capita, per year.
1904: The year when the ice cream cone became popular. A Syrian waffle maker at the St. Louis World’s Fair began rolling his pastries into horns to help an ice cream vendor who had run out of dishes.
Bagels: The type of food that Ben and Jerry’s founders, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, originally wanted to sell. However, the necessary equipment to make bagels was too expensive, so they settled on ice cream.
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