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Spotlight: Honey Hill Farms

Posted by Priya Brantley on

Slice’s Concession had the pleasure of doing an interview with Honey Hill Farms. Slice’s interviewed Bud Gunter, one of Honey Hill’s partners. Honey Hill Farms and Sugar Creek Foods facility has been producing quality products since 1946. In our recent interview with Mr. Gunter we explore their seasonal products. Mr. Gunter shared the huge range of flavors and mixed flavors that have been greeted with huge success. Honey Hill has been inspired to make seasonal flavors for over 30 years. They have been making incredible unique flavors that can be used wonderfully with soft serve machines from Slice’s Concession. Honey...

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A Great Margarita With A Taylor 430

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A Great Margarita With A Taylor 430       The Taylor 430 is an excellent machine for making margaritas. It’s very easy to make margaritas with there being so many in the restaurant industry. A lot of venues opt to make their drinks with a pre made mix, but here at Slice’s Concession we believe that using fresh ingredients is the best way to make a great quality drink. The process is simple, with the end product definitely being worth your while. What You Will Need 8 liters of tequila 3 liters of agave syrup 4 liters of limes...

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A Great Investment

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    Frozen dessert machine investments are a great way to increase annual revenue and gain new customers. With the purchase of a great quality machine you will have a great way to heighten your sales. Featured in the chart below you can see the increase in annual sales your store will be exposed to. Items Sales Price Cost Profit Margin Yearly Income 20 sold per day Yearly Income 50 sold per day Yearly Income 100 sold per day Cones $1.99 $.18 $1.81 $13,213 $33,032 $66,065 Milkshakes $2.99 $.60 $2.39 $17,447 $43,618 $87,235 Sundaes $2.49 $.40 $2.09 $15,257 $38,143 $76,285...

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Spotlight: Straus Family Creamery

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After both fleeing Nazi-occupied Europe, Bill and Ellen Straus started their dairy farm in the 1940’s. They only started with a few cows, naming them after their friends and family. All four of their children were raised on their farm.  By the time they reached adulthood, the California dairy industry was in transition, and a different, much larger, industrial type of dairy farm had begun to spread itself on the land. By the 1970s, the typical landscape of small family dairy farming in Northern California had shifted dramatically. After their son Albert graduated from California Polytechnic State University in the...

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Spotlight: Mami's Foods

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Mami, Naomi Posner the owner of Mami’s foods, stopped eating dairy and noticed the the limited amount there was of non dairy products being featured in ice cream stores. She decided to make the change and pursue creating her own line of mixes that can be sold to ice cream stores to ensure the inclusion of non dairy consumers. Mami’s Foods produces non-dairy vegan ice cream mix that is made from a coconut based mix. Though featuring no dairy this mix certainly does not lack in flavor. The mix is called Froconut and it is best paired with fruity flavors,...

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