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Celebrate National Ice Cream Month with Pierre’s!

In 1984, President Ronald Reagan declared the month of July National Ice Cream Month and designated the third Sunday of July as National Ice Cream Day. In his proclamation, the President encouraged Americans to observe these events with “appropriate ceremonies and activities.”

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Over 90 percent of American households enjoy ice cream and frozen treats of one kind or another … roughly 1.5 billion gallons each year. With so many Pierre’s treats to choose from, the hardest part of celebrating National Ice Cream Month is deciding which one to enjoy!

There are all kinds of ways to celebrate National Ice Cream Month with family and friends. Here are some tips for easy entertaining with ice cream and frozen treats.

Pierre’s recipe page offers many fun ideas, from pies and milkshakes to making your own ice cream sandwiches.

Add a festive touch with Pierre’s ¡Hola Fruta!® Pure Fruit Sherbet. Perfect all by itself, it’s a cool addition to any summer drink recipe.

For a simple approach, nothing beats an old fashioned ice cream cone in the summertime. The hardest part will be deciding on a flavor!


At Pierre’s Ice Cream Company, we make the most irresistible premium ice creams and frozen treats fresh every day using the highest quality ingredients sourced from all over the world.

Check out our more than 235 different products and great-tasting flavors – from indulgent, super premium ice cream to delicious probiotic frozen yogurt to refreshing pure fruit sherbet and more.

It’s our desire to delight you with every spoonful. Learn more about Pierre’s.

Quick Links: Ice Cream Products and Flavors | Store Locator | Ice Cream Recipes

 

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