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Ice Cream Country

bundle ICE CREAM COUNTRY The Cities and States That Eat the Most Ice Cream in America Ben & Jerry's: Headquartered in South Burlington, Vermont, 430 U.S. locations, Cherry Garcia is the most popular flavor TCBY: Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, 380 U.S. locations, stands for The Country's Best Yogurt, formerly This Can't Be Yogurt Cold Stone Creamery: Head- quartered in Scottsdale, AZ, 1,400 U.S. locations, name comes from the cold stone used to mix the ice cream Baskin Robbins: Headquartered in Canton, MA, has 2,400 U.S. locations, originally 31 flavors and now there are more than 1,000 Applies to Cities and States >86% above average Marble Slab: Headquartered in Houston, TX, 349 U.S. locations, name comes from the marble slab used to mix the ice cream 51-85% above average 26-50% above average 1-25% above average U.S. average 1-25% below average 26-50% below average 51-76% below average Long Beach, CA Dallas, TX 2 Top Ten IČE CREAM CONSUMING CITIES Philadelphia, PA Columbus, OH 3 Milwaukee, WI Fort Worth, TX Washington, DC Bakersfield, CA Fresno, CA Portland, OR 10 Top Ten ICE CREAM CONSUMING STATES 1 District of Columbia 2 Rhode Island 3 Wisconsin 4 Massachusetts 5 Texas 6 Connecticut 7 Delaware 8 Utah 9 New Hampshire 10 Kansas Methodology: Rankings are selected from a pool of the top 100 largest cities in the US based on population (including New York's 5 boroughs as separate cities). Examined all households which had a credit card transaction at ice cream and frozen yogurt vendors. Examined total number of transactions per city and ranked on a per capita basis.

Ice Cream Country

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To find out which American cities and states are ice cream-crazy – that is, which frequent their favorite ice cream stores most often and spend the most – Bundle examined all households which had ...

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