It’s pretty tasty
Ancient Greeks enjoy a dessert similar to ice cream. And this is where our story begins!
Marco Polo brings an early form of ice cream to Europe. We imagine the popular pool game started with ice cream-craving fans searching in the night for Marco! (Polo!)
Ice Cream is introduced to America as a delicacy enjoyed by high society due to its expensive ingredients and lack of available refrigerators.
America's first ice cream parlor opens its doors in New York. And you thought lines were bad today...
Now that's what we call mass production. The ice cream churn is invented, and now we can make ice cream by the bucket!
Doors open to one of the sweetest buildings ever - the very first ice cream plant.
Get your fixin's and grab your bowls! The ice cream sundae is born.
Rumor has it, the waffle cone makes its debut at the world's fair in St. Louis, Mo. after an ice cream vendor ran out of bowls. Good thing the waffle maker stepped in to help!
William Dreyer and Joseph Edy create Rocky Road ice cream! It joins vanilla, chocolate and strawberry as most widely available flavors.
July is declared National Ice Cream Month, but you can still enjoy it all year long!
90% of freezers in the USA are chilling ice cream, making it the best selling treat in America next to cookies! Make sure your freezer does, too!