In this segment of Scoop School, Mr. C talks about the different portion scoop sizes of ice cream for your business. This can vary based on how much ice cream you would like to serve in each cup, but can also make your business stand out if you serve a little more than expected.
The traditional mini size, or "kid's cup", starts at about 3oz of ice cream.
The traditional regular size, or "small", starts at about 5oz of ice cream.
The traditional medium starts at about 7oz of ice cream.
The traditional large starts at about 9oz of ice cream.
These are the more traditional portions of ice cream; but you can also make your business more known by offering more ice cream for the price.
This would mean giving your customers about 6oz of ice cream in a small, 9oz of ice cream in a medium, and 12oz of ice cream in a large.
If your shop is serving Gelato, the portions run smaller because it's very rich and filling.
The traditional regular size, or "small", starts at about 3oz of Gelato.
The traditional "medium" starts at about 5oz of Gelato.
The traditional "large" starts at about 7oz of Gelato.
This is one of the many ways you can raise profits at your business by giving your customers a little more than the average ice cream scoop size that they would get at your typical ice cream parlor.
Special thanks to Scoop School for the information provided.
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