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The early years
After borrowing $2,000 in 1925 to buy and operate a small corner drugstore in Wollaston, a neighborhood in Quincy, Massachusetts, Johnson was surprised to find it easy to pay backthe money lent to him after discovering his recently installed soda fountain had become the busiest part of his drugstore. Eager to ensure that his drugstore would remain successful, Johnson decided tocome up with a new ice cream recipe. Some sources say the new recipe was based on his mother's homemade ice creams and desserts,[1][2] while others say that the new recipe was from alocal German immigrant,[3] who either sold or gave Johnson the new ice cream recipe. Regardless, the new recipe made the ice cream more flavorful due to an increased content of butterfat. Eventually Johnson came up with28 flavors of ice cream. Johnson is quoted as saying, "I thought I had every flavor in the world. That '28' (flavors of ice cream) became mytrademark."[4]
The early years
After borrowing $2,000 in1925 to buy and operate a small corner drugstore in Wollaston, a neighborhood in Quincy, Massachusetts, Johnson was surprised to find it easy to pay back the money lent to him after discovering hisrecently installed soda fountain had become the busiest part of his drugstore. Eager to ensure that his drugstore would remain successful, Johnson decided to come up with a new ice cream recipe. Somesources say the new recipe was based on his mother's homemade ice creams and desserts,[1][2] while others say that the new recipe was from a local German immigrant,[3] who either sold or gave Johnsonthe new ice cream recipe. Regardless, the new recipe made the ice cream more flavorful due to an increased content of butterfat. Eventually Johnson came up with 28 flavors of ice cream. Johnson isquoted as saying, "I thought I had every flavor in the world. That '28' (flavors of ice cream) became mytrademark."[4]
The early years
After borrowing $2,000 in 1925 to buy and operate a small...
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