We all scream for ice cream, but what is the consumer’s favorite flavor?

What better way to celebrate National Dairy Month than with ice cream?

The International Dairy Foods Association conducted a tasty survey to determine which flavors are the best. The group found that it is a tie between chocolate and cookies n’ cream ice cream, but vanilla is close behind as the consumer’s favorite.

Other flavors that made the top ten are strawberry, chocolate chip cookie dough, and salted caramel.

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