We’ve all heard the story of a girl who was always hungry for a scoop of ice cream when she first met her friend, and it seems like the only way to make that happen is to go to the store.
However, a recent survey found that the majority of people are not satisfied with the quality of their ice cream and want a better experience when buying ice cream.
The research conducted by food retailer Cargill found that more than 80% of respondents who bought ice cream for their kids wanted a better taste, but a majority of respondents also wanted better nutrition information and a higher price.
In fact, one in five respondents said they would consider a return if the price of the ice cream was lower than their grocery store.
The study also found that parents were more likely to buy ice cream if they were aware of the company’s nutritional values and the cost of the product.
The researchers found that a majority (58%) of parents surveyed wanted their child to experience a better ice cream experience.
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