Strawberry. Vanilla fudge. Vanilla. The original sundae cone. Bigger chocolatey nugget. No artificial flavors or colors. Added colors from natural sources. See nutrition information for total fat and saturated fat content. You spoke and we listened - There's lots of love for the chocolatey nugget at the end of a Nestle Drumstick cone. More chocolatey lining. More chocolatey nugget. Cone enlarged to show deliciousness. 100% recycled paperboard. Minimum 35% post consumer content. Please recycle this carton. At the 1904 World's Fair, an ice cream maker ran out of bowls. He asked a nearby waffle vendor to roll waffles into cones, turning it into a finger food. In 1928 the Parker brothers (Bruce and twins I.C. and J.T. Stubby) took this great invention even further by adding chocolate coating topped with nuts. One of the brothers' wives said it looked like a fried chicken leg, thus the Drumstick novelty was born! Today Nestle Drumstick is America's No. 1 sundae cone. Nutritional Compass - Nestle: Good food, good life. Thoughtful Portion: 1 cone. These delicious treats are perfect for sharing with family, friends and a fun activity.
Keep frozen until served. For greatest enjoyment, eat within one month of purchase. Keep cones at constant temperature of -5 degrees F or colder.
Contains: Wheat, soy, peanuts, Milk
May Contain: Does not contain any of the 8 major allergens
Serving Size: 92.0 grams
Store: In a Frozen location at Frozen
Exterior Container: Paper or cardboard Box
State of Readiness: Ready to eat
Servings: 8.0, Exact
number of interior containers: 8.0
ice cream cone style: Sugar cone
exterior container weight: 36.8 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 288-07-1328
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