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Why is neapolitan ice cream called neapolitan ice cream?

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The word Neapolitan means "from Naples, Italy." Neapolitan ice cream got its name when Italian immigrants from Naples brought the recipe to the United States in the late1800s.

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Because it is differnt flavors in one carton. A term used back in the 50's and 60's....very neapolitan.

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