Ice cream cart

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An Ice cream cart (a.k.a. Ice cream stall) is a mobile non-motorized commercial vehicle that sells ice cream as a retail outlet. The Ice cream cart is usually used during the summer and is generally spotted at public space, parks, beaches, schools or drive through neighborhoods (residential areas). Sometimes a bicycle is attached to the cart, in order to improve its mobility.

Ice Cream cart at Galle Face Green, Colombo.

Around the World[edit]

An ice cream bike in Comacchio, Emilia Romagna, Italy.

Singapore[edit]

These are available in three forms: it can be served in a cup, sandwiched in a folded slice of bread - pandan or rainbow bread - or between two thin wafer biscuits.

The ice cream flavours that are usually sold around town are: chocolate chip, durian, raspberry ripple, chocolate, yam, mango, red bean and sweet corn. Other flavours include blueberry, mocha chip, peppermint chocolate chip, nata de coco, matcha, strawberry, cheese, caramel, avocado, cappucino and more.

The carts are run by Singapore's pioneer generation and they are generally found in crowded public areas such as the outside of The Cathay and many spots along Orchard Road and Bugis.

Philippines[edit]

Akita, Japan[edit]

In Akita Prefecture's summer, often can see Babahera(ja:ババヘラ)(this word means Baba is old woman and Hera is spatula) on roadsides.

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