National Ice Cream Cone Day in USA
National Ice Cream Cone Day in USA is held on September 22. This event in the third decade of the month September is annual. Help us
The country that consumes the most ice cream is USA, followed by Australia then Norway. Ice cream cones were introduced in 1904. Ice cream waffle cones were accidentally made when a vendor ran out of ice cream cups and turned to a waffle seller to meet the demands of customers. In the 1950s, the International Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers named Ernest Hamwi the official creator of the ice cream cone.
Before milk based ice creams were introduced in 10th century, this summer treat was indeed made from ice. On average, you can finish an ice cream cone in 50 licks. The tallest ice cream was made in Italy that was 9 ft.
Spreading of American made ice cream for military troops during World War II was a moment when entire world accepted ice cream as a perfect summer-time treat. National Ice Cream Cone Day is celebrated across the USA.
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