Now that summer has arrived, more and more people are looking for ways to stay cool – ideally methods that involve a little fun as well. Take, for instance, swimming, one of the most popular recreational activities among children who live all throughout the United States. For a great many kids, jumping in the pool is a great way to beat the heat and enjoy a hot summer day. Of course, swimming provides a great amount of exercise as well, meaning that those who are participating in it are likely to be interested in something to eat after.
And ice cream and other frozen desserts provide the perfect option. Whether you eat your ice cream in a cone or in a bowl with a spoon – or even through something like a paper straw, in the case of the typical milkshake – there is no one right or wrong way to enjoy ice cream (or any other frozen dessert, for that matter). Ice cream comes in all kinds of flavors and can be found in many places throughout the United States. And while ice cream certai (more…)
You know why your store needs to keep a constant inventory of plastic spoons and other ice cream dessert supplies available year round. There could be a blizzard outside and some folks will go out for ice cream. In fact, in any two-week time period, you can expect 40% of Americans to fulfill their craving for a frozen sweet treat. In our great country, 90% of the households consistently will find a way to regularly satisfy a craving for ice cream, gelatos, frozen yogurt and other frozen treats. That’s a lot of plastic spoons digging into a lot of frozen desserts!
Here are the cold facts for your consumption:
-Even though there is a year-round demand, the production of Ice Cream peaks in the month of June right when the hot weather brings out the ice cream lover in all of us.
– Six Billion quarts, that’s 1.5 Billion gallons, of ice cream and similar style frozen treats are produced ev (more…)