It takes 12 pounds of milk to produce one gallon of ice cream and 50 licks to finish a scoop. New Zealand and America lead the way, collectively consuming upwards of 6 gallons per person per year. The most popular flavor is vanilla. Chocolate is a close second. But over the years consumers became hungry for change and anxious to challenge traditions. From outrageous flavors to erotic fantasies, this article showcases the journey of ice cream obsession and the next chapter on the frozen horizon.
Ice Cream Sorcery
What’s happening to our ice cream? Is it a supply chain issue or Pete Buttigieg? Maybe he’s lactose intolerant or just no fun at all. Better watch this Mad Hatter or he could send your favorite ice cream tumbling down the rabbit hole. Even Ben and Jerry’s ice cream sorceress Cheryl Pinto, can’t find raw materials like chocolate, coffee and nuts anymore.
They call it deforestation and it means you might have to give up on Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough forever.