CATEGORY PERFORMANCE: ICE CREAM & SHERBET

Dollar Sales $4,167,283,000 % Change From Last Year -2.02s in the supermarket channel, a decline of 1.6%. Sherbet, sorbet and ices accounted for $194.3 million, which represented a drop of 3% over the prior calendar year's sales.Drug store purchases of ice cream and non-dairy alternatives showed sales gains of 8.7% to $125.7 million during the 52-week time frame. Sales also grew during the preceding

Dollar Sales $4,167,283,000 % Change From Last Year -2.02

s in the supermarket channel, a decline of 1.6%. Sherbet, sorbet and ices accounted for $194.3 million, which represented a drop of 3% over the prior calendar year's sales.

Drug store purchases of ice cream and non-dairy alternatives showed sales gains of 8.7% to $125.7 million during the 52-week time frame. Sales also grew during the preceding two calendar-year periods: The drug channel posted nearly a 10% sales increase in 2003, and a 12.4% spike in 2002. Drug stores remain the only channel to post gains at all with regard to ice cream and sherbet.

Subcategories: 52-week sales; % change

ICE CREAM: $3,781,725,000; -1.61

SHERBET/SORBET/ICES: $194,260,100; -3.01

Latest 52 weeks ending June 13, 2004.

Dollar Sales Latest 52 Weeks Ended June 13, 2004; % Change; Dollar Sales Calendar Year Ended Dec. 28, 2003; % Change; Dollar Sales Calendar Year Ended Dec. 29, 2002; % Change

Supermarkets: $4,167,283,000; -2.02; $4,186,553,000; -2.89; $4,311,276,000; -3.00

Drug: $125,721,300; 8.70; $121,040,700; 9.89; $110,143,300; 12.44

F/D/MX: $4,316,211,000; -1.76; $4,330,513,000; -2.62; $4,447,228,000; -2.59