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Blue Bunny Ice Cream Trivia

What do you know about Blue Bunny Ice Cream?  Stop and grab a bit of this quick quiz.  "Check Your Answers" at the end of the page.

FUN Trivia Quizzes powered by ABE1) Wells' Dairy, Inc is the largest family-owned and managed dairy processor in the United States. It is the maker of Blue Bunny ice cream.  Where are they located?

  • LeMars, Iowa
  • Macon, Georgia
  • Millersburg, Pennsylvania
  • Mott, North Dakota

2) Well's Dairy is the third largest ice cream maker in the United States with 5 percent market share behind Nestl� (Haagen-Dazs, Dreyer's, M�venpick) and Unilever (Ben & Jerry's and Breyers Ice Cream).

  • True or False?

3) In 1913, Fred H. Wells opened a milk route after purchasing for $250: a horse, delivery wagon, a few cans and jars, from local dairy farmer.  Who was the local dairy farmer?

  • John Baker
  • Ray Bowers
  • Mike McWeeney
  • Larry Owens

4) Around 1925, Wells and his sons began manufacturing ice cream and selling it in neighboring area. Fairmont Ice Cream purchased the ice cream distribution system in the area along with the right to use the Wells name.  When did Fairmont Ice Cream purchase the Wells name?

  • 1928
  • 1930
  • 1932
  • 1934

5) In 1935, the Wells family decided to sell ice cream. Unable to sell their product under their own name Wells, they decided to hold a �Name That Ice Cream� contest in the local paper. A local man won the $25 cash prize for the winning entry of �Blue Bunny� after noticing how much his son enjoyed the blue bunnies in a department store window at Easter.

  • True or False?

6) The family retained ownership and management of the business after it was incorporated under Iowa law as Wells' Dairy, Inc.  When was the business incorporated?

  • 1947
  • 1957
  • 1967
  • 1977

7) What is the signature Blue Bunny ice cream flavor that combines chocolate-covered peanuts, peanut butter-filled chocolate bunnies, and ribbons of peanut butter, caramel and fudge in vanilla ice cream?

  • Bunny Tracks
  • Chocolate-Peanut Butter Pathfinders
  • That�s All Folks
  • What�s Up Chocolate?

8) The same creamy fudge flavor you've cherished since childhood.  Now in a 40% bigger size! One big bite will take you back to the good old days when the only item on your summertime agenda was lounging by the pool.  What is the Blue Bunny product?

  • Banana Pops
  • BIG Fudge Bars
  • Champ! Chocolate Lovers Ice Cream Cones
  • Root Beer Float Ice Cream Bar

9) You'll swear it was freshly churned just for you! Our smooth flavor and texture tastes like it came straight from the creamery. Serve it solo, in place of whipped cream or with any oven-fresh pastry. The perfect homemade ice cream treat!  What is the Premium Blue Bunny Ice Cream?

  • Cookies and Cream
  • Double Strawberry
  • Homemade Vanilla
  • Rocky Road

10) Premium Light Ice Cream Peanut Butter Fudge is a light ice cream treat that tastes ultra-decadent. A peanut butter-lover's fantasy begins with our light peanut butter ice cream loaded with milk-chocolate peanut butter bunnies bounding about in a sumptuous fudge sauce.

  • True or False?

Blue Bunny Ice Cream
[Answers]

  1. LeMars, Iowa
  2. True
  3. Ray Bowers
  4. 1928
  5. True
  6. 1977
  7. Bunny Tracks
  8. BIG Fudge Bars
  9. Homemade Vanilla
  10. True

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