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Spotlight: Break-A-Whey

Posted by Priya Brantley on

Break-A-Whey is a new product was started by Jeff Kulis. It is an all natural high protein frozen yogurt. It has a unique and new outtake on how to have a great nutrition with great taste, as well as being healthy. He looked to replace the traditional ice cream being served. Break-A-Whey is an all natural alternative, especially to facilities where health is paramount. Break-A-Whey was created to fit into the nutritional needs of of kids, athletes, recovering patients, and of course the average individual who wants to treat themselves without feeling guilty. Break-A-Whey is manufactured in Saugatuck, Michigan by...

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Scoop School: Single Phase Vs. Three Phase *Know the difference!*

Posted by Destini Miller on

Before introducing used ice cream machines to your store it's important to understand what kind of power you have running through your building. Knowing your building's power and choosing the right machines for your store can save you loads on utilities and keep your machines running at top performance. Single-phase power is what generally runs through most residential and commercial businesses. This means they have one single phase of power running through their building to power all of their appliances. Outlets release power in multiple locations around your home or business. We use these outlets to power appliances--from the coffee machine to...

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Chapel Tavern

Posted by Priya Brantley on

We sat down with Sean from Chapel Tavern, a popular bar in Reno Nevada that specializes in artisan cocktails and features the cult classic, frose. Chapel Tavern is currently using a Taylor 430 that was purchased from Slices Concession. Their frose recipe uses a selection of wine from Jenny Francois, who is an all natural wine maker based in Reno. One full batch of frose features 9 liters of wine and is able to make 80 8 oz. servings. This is a great example of the profit you can make using the machine which Sean says has paid for itself....

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Spotlight Piece: R N A Ice Cream

Posted by Priya Brantley on

Slices Concession interviewed Ralph from R n A Ice Cream, a popular ice cream truck in New York City. He searched online and found out about Slices Concession due to seeing the great reviews. Ralph states that Slices Concession is the fastest company to get in touch with. Ralph's main point of contact was with managing partner, Chino Leong. "The buying process was very smooth," says Ralph, "even though Slices Concession is located states away." Ralph got into the ice cream industry while working in a school district where he realized the local area had no ice cream trucks. Ralph...

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Lloyd's of Pennsylvania

Posted by Priya Brantley on

If you are new to the ice cream industry, a brand to look out for is Lloyd’s of Pennsylvania. They produce top-quality frozen dessert mixes as well as flavors and extracts. Their mix has reduced raw material cost and it has a cleaner taste than other mixes. They also have freeze-thaw capability and their company has reliable machine adjustment recommendations and support. Lloyd's of Pennsylvania also has a 150 day refrigerated shelf life from date of manufacture as well as price protection in the case of periods of increasing dairy prices. They have been family owned for over 50 years,...

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