Uber celebrates National Ice Cream Day by sharing sweet trends and deals

National Ice Cream Day is coming up on Sunday, July 16th, serving up some much-needed cool amidst the record-breaking heat. To celebrate, Uber Canada is sharing some chill trends revealing how Canadians are getting their ice cream fix, from top flavours and the largest ice cream orders to which cities have the biggest sweet tooth.  

  • Getting straight to the pint: Halifax, NS takes the title of the Canadian city with the biggest sweet tooth, with eaters ordering ice cream more than in any other city in the country. Hamilton and Ottawa take second and third place, followed by Toronto in fourth. 
  • Moo-ve over dairy: Ottawa, ON residents search for dairy-free ice cream more than anywhere else in the country.
  • Legen-dairy ice cream orders: London, ON had the largest ice cream order in the last year consisting of nine boxes of milk chocolate ice cream bars with nuts—because one is never enough.
  • The inside scoop on top flavours: When it comes to the most popular flavours, Canadians stick to the classics, including chocolate, vanilla and berry, but are also sampling mango, coffee and taro.

And for the cherry on top, we’re also sharing exclusive ice cream deals on Uber Eats in honour of everyone’s flavour-ite holiday. Baskin Robbins is offering a BOGO for their 3 Take Home Sundae flavours when you order for delivery through the Uber Eats app. 

Check out some highlights from Uber’s National Ice Cream Day trends:

Top 10 cities in Canada that order ice cream the most:

  1. Halifax 
  2. Hamilton 
  3. Ottawa 
  4. Toronto 
  5. Kingston
  6. Kitchener-Waterloo
  7. Vancouver 
  8. Edmonton 
  9. Calgary 
  10. Montreal 

Top 10 flavours in Canada

  1. Chocolate 
  2. Vanilla 
  3. Berry 
  4. Caramel 
  5. Peanut butter 
  6. Cherry 
  7. Hazelnut 
  8. Mango 
  9. Taro
  10. Coffee

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