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USDA National Nutrient Database: "Ice creams, vanilla," "Ice creams, strawberry," "Ice creams, chocolate," "McDonald's, Quarter Pounder," "Milk shakes, thick chocolate," "Ice creams, chocolate," "Frozen novelties, ice type, sugar free, orange, cherry, and grape POPSICLE pops," "Frozen novelties, fruit and juice bars."
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and National Institutes of Health: "Just Enough for You."
Center for Science in the Public Interest: "Ice Cream Shops Serving Coronaries in Cones."
"Living large: the scoop on ice cream shops," Nutrition Action Healthletter, July 1, 2003.
CalorieLab: "Cold Stone Creamery Cookie Doughn't You Want Some."
SELF Nutrition Data: "Pizza Hut pizza: Personal Pan Pizza, Pepperoni."
Calorie Control Council: "What to Eat When You're Eating at the Ice Cream Parlor."
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