Top 5 Ice Cream Infographics

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2013 Ice Cream on Social Media

Recognizing the popularity of ice cream in the United States, then President, Ronald Reagan made the third Sunday of July a national holiday. With over 90% of the American population consuming ice cream, that summer of 1984 marked the start of the annual celebration of our most beloved cold treat.

2013 ice cream  on social media 1Source: trackmaven

Ice Cream Country

To catch out which American cities and states are ice cream-crazy – that is, which repeated their favorite ice cream stores most regularly and spend the most – Bundle examined all households which had a credit card transaction at ice cream and frozen yogurt vendors. We then examined the total amount of transactions and spend per city and ranked on a per capita basis.

ice cream country  1Source: bundle

How healthy is your Ice Cream?

Ice Cream is absolutely a shamefaced pleasure but some ice creams are poorer for you than others. This infographic provides a set of questions to determine if your ice cream is healthy or not. It also delivers a list of ingredients to avoid when buying ice cream.

how healthy is your ice cream 1Source: befoodsmart

What’s your Favorite Flavor of Ice Cream?

Place the mixing bowl in the unit and pour your ingredients in the bowl. Since the ice cream maker has a built- in compressor, don’t worry about freezing any ingredients in a freezer.

what’s your favorite flavor of ice cream 1Source: air-n-water

Stuff you didn’t know about Ice Cream

The average American eats 48 pints of ice cream per year, more than any other nationality. The residents of Portland, Oregon eat more ice cream than any other U.S. city

stuff you didn’t know about ice cream 1Source: twirlit

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