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Frozen Dessert Industry & Machine Articles — water cooled

How Will The Use of Dole Whip Increase My Sales?

Posted by Priya Brantley on

  How Will The Use of Dole Whip Increase My Sales? Most people attribute Dole with its classic production of canned pineapple. However, the Dole brand is also very closely related to its byproduct, Dole Whip. Dole Whip gained its popularity through Disney. With it becoming wildly attributed to the brand, even though Dole Whip is served throughout the nation at zoos, universities, and other amusement parks, it’s become most famous for being served at Disney’s Aloha Tiki Bar. With the most famous amusement park in the world being the catalyst to enhancing Dole Whip into cult status, this iconic...

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What Types Of Machines Should I Buy For My Bar?

Posted by Priya Brantley on

When opening a bar there are ample things one must buy to ensure the bar’s success. An ample range of different liquors is a must, as well as a theme geared towards your clientele. But most importantly, in order to to get drinks to customers in a hasty manner as well as ensure the best quality, picking out a great frozen drink machine for those hot summer nights will be sure to make your venue a hit! Frozen drink machines give the highest level of profit margin in a bar. A frozen drink is a premium product and can be...

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How Many Frozen Yogurt Machines Should You Buy To Equip Your Store For Success?

Posted by Slices Concession on

How many machines you decide to install is an important decision. More machines does not equal more profit. At Slices Concession, we recommend starting with 3 to 6 machines if you are starting out.    You should consider these factors: 1. Size of your location It is important to consider that each machine usually requires 5-8 inches between each other. That being said, the length depends on machine specification. Feel free to contact us for exact specifications. You should also keep in mind that you need space for countertops, sinks, air conditioning, and seating. 2. Cost Many people get too...

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How To Winterize & Prepare Your Frozen Dessert Machine For The Winter Season

Posted by Joe Kearns on

When a water cooled ice cream machine is in an environment where it may be exposed to below freezing temperatures, it needs to be "winterized" to prevent damage. The winterization of a freezer is the process of removing water from a machines water coils. Water that is left in a machine and exposed to freezing temperatures will freeze, expand, and burst the coils. This Video is a great example of the damage caused to a machine by not winterizing it. *** We recommend you have a certified technician do any adjustments or changes to machinery and always be careful because electricity can be dangerous...

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