What would you like to do?
one person Consumes about 23.2 quarts in a year. Vanilla-28 percent fruit flavors-15 percent Nut Flavors-13.5 percent candy mix-in flavors- 12.5 perc…ent Chocolate- 8 percent cake and Cookie Flavors- 7.5 percent Neapolitan- 7 percent Coffee/ Mocha-3 percent Other- 5.5 percent Source: international Ice Cream Association, 1994 (\\_/) (o.o) (____)0
Well over 4 billion gallons, worldwide.
First, I usually ask questions. If my sources are correct, well... The United States eats about 30 liters of ice cream each year. That's a lot of ice cream. h.…m.p.
Around 5 Billion
a whole lot more than the u.s. about twice as much :)
Currently New Zealand, although for many years it was Australia, NZ's neighbor. This is mainly because the island nations are in the tropics.
900 million gallons
go to this link it will tell you, scroll down to where its says u.s http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/esr/table5.xls
On sale, about $2.50 per 1/2 gallon.
i cannot answer this because i am not from canada but i do eat ice cream , but im not stupid enough to measure how much i eat
Identical to ordinary sugar. However Splenda tastes more bitter to me than sweet, I won't us any.