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Why Doesn’t Ice Cream Come In Boxes Anymore?

You’re certainly familiar with the shape of a pint of ice cream. But it wasn’t always that way.

In the earliest days of commercial American ice cream making, the frozen dessert came in large metal cans. This was because people didn’t really eat ice cream at home, but rather at soda fountains and ice cream parlors—popular public spaces during the Progressive Era and Prohibition. But after the rise of refrigeration in the 1930s, customers started stocking ice cream at home, and the…

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