What it's like to work at an ice cream factory
from The Atlantic
According to statistics from the USDA, nearly 900 million gallons of ice cream is produced in the U.S. every year. Summer is the unchallenged season for peak ice cream sales and eating — no doubt due to the combination of hot weather and tradition. But for those who make ice cream, it's a year round operation and a full-time job. In Vermont, Ben & Jerry's has been churning out ice cream for nearly 40 years. The company's humble beginnings trace back to a single scoop shop in a renovated gas station.
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