Ice Cream Equipment / June 21, 2018 / Millie Torrez
Ice Cream, accounting for a whopping 87% of frozen dessert sales, traditional ice cream is a must-have for your restaurant dessert menu. So what exactly makes soft serve different from hard ice cream? Aside from the obvious difference in texture, the preparation is altered as well (contributing to the difference in product). At the time of freezing, soft serve ice cream preparation introduces air, giving it the lighter, softer texture. Be sure to take advantage of bulk discount prices by storing any hard ice cream in your Metalfrio Chest Freezer. Remember that most hard ice cream suppliers require storage at -20 degrees, and your standard walk-in usually ranges from 0 to -10, so investing in a chest freezer is essential for proper storage.
Frost top and cold slab units: Designed to provide a reliable cold work or display area, these frost tops and cold slabs prevent your ice cream from melting. Customers will delight in watching you mix their ice cream and toppings together! They fit easily into a countertop cutout and wipe clean with ease.