There was a time that if you wanted a Scooped Ice Cream cone you went to the local hand dipped ice cream shop, if you wanted soft serve you went to the local Dairy Bar. Today selling both Hard and Soft Ice Cream at the same shop continues to grow. Why? Because it is the answer to serving your customer’s wants. Can a shop survive selling only 1 style Ice Cream, Yes. But the growing trend is to blend both into the shop menu.
Charlotte’s Soft Serve Ice Cream shop, is a example of this move to selling both. Why? Because her customers wanted both. How hard is it to add 8 or more flavors of scooped ice cream? It is easy, contact your local Ice Cream Supplier – Dairy. In Charlotte’s case she added Perry’s Ice Cream. This becomes a profitable partnership between you the shop owner and your ice cream supplier.
Free Ice Cream is a great way to draw attention to a new location, flavor, or re-modeled shop. This is how our friends at Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream promote their Brand…
Quickly multiplying ice cream shopVan Leeuwen — an UES location opened last week — is celebrating its 10th anniversary today. To honor the occasion, the brand, which started as a truck, will drive around in its original home and hand out free scoops of vegan passionfruit and chocolate hazelnut base with candied hazelnuts, chocolate chips, and white chocolate swirl. From 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., the truck will be parked near Chelsea Market, from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. near Union Square, and from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. near Brooklyn Bridge Park.
The second scoop shop for LA After suffering from not one but two listeria scares last year, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams is back and better than ever, and is now ready to expand its empire from its first LA shop in Los Feliz shop to a second location in Venice.
The Columbus, Ohio-born brand by James Beard winning cookbook author Jeni Britton Bauer offers artisan ice cream that has made it into 23 scoop shops and grocery stores across the country
.Located at 540 Rose Avenue right on Ocean Front Walk, the new location should fare well in the tourist hub. Expect the same airy, bright space that makes for those gorgeous, highly Instagrammable photos. Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams Venice will open in early fall of this year.Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams540 Rose AvenueVenice Beach, CA 90291
(by: George Dunlap, C. Nelson is proud to be a supplier of dipping cabinets to Jeni”s. Serving their scoop shops across the USA)
Ice cream for Acadia E-Mail Share via e-mail To Add a message Your e-mail Facebook Twitter LinkedIn 0 Comments Print By Andrea Pyenson Globe Correspondent August 23, 2016 Gifford’s Ice Cream
To recognize the centennial of Acadia National Park, Gifford’s Famous Ice Cream, the 41-year-old family-run ice cream company headquartered in Skowhegan, Maine, is offering two new flavors. Quarts of I Scream for Cake, cake-batter ice cream with bits of cake…