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Just like any other food group, if not
even more importantly, keep that sugar
on a managed level.

Keep it in proportion

The scoop on
scoop sizes

Yup, a scoop should be about the
size of a tennis ball.

A portion is how much you choose to
enjoy when you eat it, which is not
always what's suggested on the
label. We know, super delicious, it's
hard to stop! But it's important to
enjoy in moderation.

Measure it first

Use a serving
dish to keep it
locked tight

Serving dishes are helpful when
measuring portion sizes

Use a small coffee mug or tall
skinny glass to measure your
servings properly. You can always
come back for seconds!

Healthier with fruit

Pair your ice
cream with fresh

It's fun and tasty to pair with fruit or

Exercise can also help maintain a
balanced diet, so get the family moving!
Everyone loves to come home to a fresh
scoop of ice cream following some fun in
the sun!

Nutrition FAQs

It’s time to get serious about proportions, health and ice cream. Of course, keeping yourself on a daily regimen of exercise, healthy diet of fruits and vegetables with a reward here and there—can even mean a good ol’ boost of morale!

Most ice creams are a rich source of phosphorus and calcium, sometimes even accounting for between 6 to 10% of the Daily Value (DV), that’s for a 1/2 cup serving. Both minerals are important for muscle function and skeletal health.

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