This video is not about the sketchy secrets Dairy Queen doesn’t want you to know. Rather we explore the fascinating top 10 untold truths of Dairy Queen that you should know! In a sea of fast food restaurants that focus on bringing you hot food, mostly hamburgers, Dairy Queen has stood as the cold option that also happens to sell… Hamburgers. Despite their near omnipresence, there’s not a ton that is known about Dairy Queen, at least when compared to other fast food restaurants like McDonald’s that have had movies made about them. So, let’s delve into the world of ice cream headaches and break down the top 10 things you might not know about Dairy Queen.
Dairy Queen is often simply referred to as DQ. Founded June 22, 1940, in Joliet, Illinois, United States. With over 6,400 US domestic locations. With know subsidiaries such as Orange Julius & Karmelkorn. DQ is a subsidiary of Warren Buffett Berkshire Hathaway. They have claimed to be the inventors of soft-serve ice cream.
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1:44 Texas has the most Dairy Queen Locations Total
2:45 Dairy Queen’s Healthier Options Failed (Breeze)
4:26 The Blizzard was only Introduced in 1985
5:28 Dairy Queen also Owns Orange Julius, Both Are Owned by Warren Buffett
6:47 Why Dairy Queen Turns the Blizzard Upside Down
8:02 The Dairy Queen Recipe for their Soft Serve is Top Secret
9:12 The Dairy Queen Swirl is Trademarked
10:20 Dairy Queen is from Illinois
11:27 Dairy Queen Basically Invented Soft Serve Ice Cream
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