CHICAGO — Nine of 10 people (89%) ate ice cream last year, compared with three in five (59%) who ate novelties such as ice cream sandwiches or bars and less than two in five who had sherbet or frozen yogurt (37% and 34%, respectively), according to new consumer research from Mintel. “Ice cream remains one of America’s favorite treats,” said David Morris, senior analyst at Mintel. “Slow-churn and super-premium innovations have brought exciting new variety to the taste and texture people know ...

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