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The History of Ice Cream

Category: GeneralPublished on 2016 Jun, 02
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Ice cream has its fair share of myths surrounding its creation, according to PBS.

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The History of the Whoopie Pie

Category: GeneralPublished on 2016 May, 18
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Who knew such a simple treat could cause such a BIG controversy?

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Nelson's Nation

Category: GeneralPublished on 2016 Apr, 13
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Hello Nelson’s Nation! The weather is warming (or it will soon), the flowers are blooming, the birds are chirping and ice cream season is just around the corner!

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Soup? More expensive than Ice Cream?

Category: GeneralPublished on 2015 Jan, 08
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Yesterday I ran out to the local convenience store for a quick lunch. I'm on a January diet so I opted for a "Medium" container of soup.

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Cream Prices and Nelson's Ice Cream

Category: GeneralPublished on 2014 Nov, 24
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Before becoming involved in an ice cream manufacturing business, I had little reason to pay attention to, much less to follow the price of cream and butter. My limited understanding was that while there were fluctuations in price, there was generally a range that held pretty true year in and year out.

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COMPARISON SHOPPING

Category: GeneralPublished on 2014 Nov, 16
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We sometimes hear that Nelson’s Dutch Farms Ice Cream is “expensive”.

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WELCOME TO NELSON'S ICE CREAM'S UPDATED WEBSITE

Category: GeneralPublished on 2014 Nov, 11
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Welcome to the new web site and what we hope will be a long and delicious relationship.

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What Comes to Mind When You Think of Ice Cream

Category: GeneralPublished on 2014 Oct, 28
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Nelson's is the best ice cream in the Philadelphia market

Growing up in the 1950’s, vacations involved a long drive from Philadelphia…Mt Airy to be exact…in our family's non-air conditioned 1939 Ford to visit my Nana. She still lived in my Dad’s non-air conditioned birth home in South Lancaster, MA - a very small town located between Boston and Worcester. There were no highways so it was a long and exhausting trip on the back roads across the countryside.

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