Why do people hate ice cream? Factorials: 3.7 million jobs and a $12.8 billion economy

When it comes to ice cream, the U.S. is in uncharted territory.

It is a billion-dollar industry, with millions of jobs in the supply chain, and millions more in the retail, wholesale and wholesale food and beverage sectors.

It has a very high labor force, and there is a strong correlation between manufacturing jobs and the ice cream industry.

It also has some of the highest consumer satisfaction in the country.

The latest numbers from the National Retail Federation (NREF), a trade group representing U.K. retailers, show that sales for the entire ice cream sector have grown by 4.4 percent since the beginning of 2017, up from 3.4 million in 2016.

This is up from 2.8 million in 2015.

And, despite the industry’s recent decline, the number of ice cream stores is up by 4 percent.

What’s the truth?

The truth is that the ice creams industry is an enormous one, and it is a large one, especially in terms of the ice-cream manufacturing jobs.

Ice cream is a $120 billion industry in the U