Soft Serve ice cream at home? Pouch makes it possible
Lisa McTigue Pierce, Executive Editor -- Packaging Digest, 8/14/2013 3:40:12 PM
Ice cream connoisseurs will tell you that there's a big difference between softened ice cream and real "soft serve." It's the consistency—and the swirl.
The Schwan Food Co. gets both right with its new Soft Serve product, which launched in July 2013 in a regional test market.
The single-serve 8-oz premade pouch—a laminated structure with a custom 28mm finish and formed in the shape of an ice cream cone—is topped with a modified stock fitment. A star pattern was added to the mold so consumers can swirl the ice cream as it is dispensed.
The portable pouch gives consumers two choices: dispense into a cone, cup or bowl; or eat directly from the package.
Available in Vanilla and Chocolate, Soft Serve is sold in a 6-pack for $13.98, which is cost competitive with most ice cream parlors—but without the hassle of having to leave the house.
Where can this be purchased in the Boynton Beach Florida area cide 33472 . Do you have any local distributors? I was in the Ice cream businesss for over 38 years, now retired still have lots of contacts across the United States. Please also let me know if it is possible to get a sample of the product. Thanks Gary Haber Ghab8@aol.com
Gary Haber - 2013-22-8 17:08:57 EDT
suleman afzal - 2013-22-8 05:18:17 EDT
This is a novel innovative concept increasing convenience and portability for dispensing soft serve ice cream at home or on-the-go. Are technical specifics about the pouch structure, conversion and where to obtain such a product available?
David Rieckmann - 2013-21-8 12:25:11 EDT
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