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Ice cream is one of the many dairy products consumed around the world. It is combined with other ingredients and flavours, and it is frozen using unique methods to make a soft, creamy product. Although ice cream had been enjoyed for many years, its popularity was spiked by the widespread use of refrigeration. The product is now produced in various forms such as frozen yogurt and sorbet and sometimes it made with unconventional flavours.

It is estimated that by 2022, the global ice cream market will reach $89 billion. Increasing demand for sweet treats and increased income are the major factors driving this sector. The growth of low fat and organic ice cream is changing the ice cream production landscape. Ice cream manufacturers are in turn seeking to maximize the nutritional benefits of the products they sell. New flavours and varieties are constantly cropping up to entice consumers. Ice cream consumption is also growing in emerging markets such as China, Brazil, and India.

The Top Ice Cream Consuming Countries Of The World

  1. New Zealand
  2. United States
  3. Australia
  4. Finland
  5. Sweden
  6. Canada
  7. Denmark
  8. Ireland
  9. Italy
  10. United Kingdom


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