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We All Scream for Ice Cream—But Which Town Buys the Most?

Indulge. It's National Ice Cream Month with a special day, National Ice Cream Day, on Sunday, July 15. See how much of the sweet treat your neighbors buy.

Ice cream is a summer favorite that many people enjoy, but who likes the sweet treat the most? 

In the south suburbs, no town buys more ice cream than Homewood, according to a recent report by Crain's Chicago Business. Residents in Robbins own the cone the least. 

How much ice cream do people in your town purchase?

Use Crain's map to find out if your ZIP code falls above or below the national average (represented by an index of 100). According to Crain's, "If your area has an index of 105, then you and your neighbors spent 5 percent more that the national average (an index of 95 means the area spent 5 percent less)." 

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Is ice cream a luxury treat, or does the town in which people buy it speak more to the quality of ice cream shops there? TELL US IN THE COMMENTS!

Southland Spending

Town Score Town Score Homewood 169 Orland Park (60462) 132 Olympia Fields  160 New Lenox  126 Lemont 154 Flossmoor 117 Orland Park (60467) 150 Oak Forest 115 Frankfort 149 Tinley Park (60477) 114

Palos Park

147 Evergreen Park 110 Mokena 141 Palos Hills 105 Palos Heights 137 Oak Lawn 102 Tinley Park (60487) 135 Chicago Heights 85

There's no shortage of ice cream shops that serve as local favorites in the Southland—just look at all of the . 

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