The National Ice Cream Day in America


Sunday, July 17, is the in America, appreciated for discounts and even free treats. Cold Stone Creamery is offering customers a surprise deal via the Cold Stone app. They will sell two new OREO Creations — OREO Cookie Goldmine and OREO Cookie Confetti & Crème through August 30. Oatly, the world’s original and largest oat milk company, decided to distribute over 16,000 dessert bars in ice cream trucks across Los Angeles, New York City and St. Louis on Sunday, July 17. Dairy Queen is offering customers $1 off any of its dipped cones on . Customers need to download the DQ app. Carvel is pushing its new “Brookie” flavor (a soft-serve mix of brownie batter and Nestle Toll House cookies) by offering customers a buy one, get one free offer on a small cup or cone of Brookie ice cream (or any Carvel soft serve flavor).


The Museum of Ice Cream Chicago (MOIC) will give away frozen treats from Popsicle, Klondike and Breyers from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Frozen yogurt is offered this day at popular national chains which include Dairy Queen, Coldstone, Twistee Treat, Whit’s Frozen Custard, Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt, Abbott’s Frozen Custard and Kilwins. Even Google is revealing top ice cream spots. The was designated by President Ronald Reagan in 1984 as the third Sunday in July. For curious people, another known fact: ice cream was invented in 500 B.C. when people of the Persian empire began pouring concentrate of grape juice over snow. The top flavor ice cream sold now in the U.S. is chocolate. Health experts say health experts say the ice cream has its own set of benefits and one can occasionally enjoy it to boost mood and get a decent dose of protein, minerals, antioxidants and flavonoids.