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Frozen Dessert Industry & Machine Articles — taylor 340

A Great Investment

Posted by Priya Brantley on

    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

Posted by Priya Brantley on

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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Cleaning & Maintaining A Taylor 340 / 390 Machine

Posted by Slices Concession on

In this post we will walk you through the steps necessary to clean your Taylor 340 and 390 frozen beverage / slush machines. Notes: There are no tools necessary for the disassembly and reassembling of the machine, everything can be done by hand. Machine parts should not be placed into a dishwasher for cleaning, everything should be washed by hand. Disassembling The Machine Step 1 Make sure you drain the machine completely of its product mix. Press wash mode button on machine to eject product, then to flush the product pour a gallon of warm/ hot water into the hopper. Repeat putting hot water...

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