How much money did America spend on Ice Cream in 2007?
roughly 20 billion. Enough money to provide everyone in the world with clean water and food. How do we spend our money?
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One billion and trillion and billion and trillion and billon and trillion and billion and trillion a year and no am not exangerating.
T Boone Pickens, Oil Tycoon, had a tv commercial out a couple of years back that said "This is one problem we cannot drill our way out of" and was pushing alternative energy. …In that add he said we are spending about 700billion a year on foreign oil, the greatest transfer of wealth in history. The world uses about 85 million barrels a day. The Iraq war was the tycoons positioning themselves to control that supply. We are pawns in the system of the wealthy. See a documentary called "Crude Awakening".
A lot, no joke, a lot.
2zillion billion dollars $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ that a lot of $h1t u got there goin to waste
Around 5 Billion
Yearly Americans spend a total of a billion dollars on cigarettes, even though theeolder generation are stopping smoking , it is the younger generation that are getting addict…ed to it.
the average American family spends about 234,398 dollars on food every year. The world population is currently at around 499,794,855 people. According to the latest census, th…e average family has 4 members. So, 499,794,855/4 = 124,948,714 families. So 234,893 x 124,948,714 = $29,349,578,277,602 America spends on food. OUTRAGIOUS!!! This answer appears to have a typographical error. The per capita spending in the USA was about $2000 in 2003 and 2004.
call captain mack! naah ermm i know it was enough to provide every person in the world free education and clean food and water. how do we spend our money?!
As you can see, not enough my friend, not enough...
Americans spent $20.7 billion on ice cream and other frozen desserts in 2001
1.6 billion gallons of ice cream were made in America in 2001
a tub of icecream is usually around $3.00 to $4.00 .
It depends on the brand and/or the store. If you're really just dying to know, call a grocery store near you and ask them.