Category: Knowledge Base

Soft Serve Ice Cream:- Soft Serve ice cream generally has low amount of milk fat (3% to 6%) than your regular whippy ice cream (10% to 18%) and is produced at a temperature of about −4 °C compared to Ice Cream, which is stored at −15 °C. Soft Serve contains air, introduced at the time of freezing. The air content, […] > View article

You own a food business already but , you were told that you’d be making immense amount of yearly profit and you aren’t…One wonders what am i missing? First think that would come in your mind is to hire a business analyst , who would scan your business from top to bottom , get inside […] > View article

Starting a new business or growing on your already existing one , you must have a start up capital or an investment…But , what pops in your mind the second you think of making an investment? Are you drowning your money ? Will this investment return anything? What if you suffer a loss ? Whilst […] > View article

Every business you start or if it is an existing business , what you worry about is “Can i do it”? “Do i have the skills”? If you start an ice cream business from scratch or you add an ice-cream business to your already existing business? You don’t need to be business educated or have […] > View article

Waking up everyday , going to the same old routine work , meeting the same people everyday and above all to work “For” someone is hectic. Maybe you don’t want that , maybe you’d do much better than that if you had your own business… Whenever you look to start your own business , there […] > View article

Ice cream and frozen yogurt are both frozen treats made from dairy products, but there is a noticeable difference that sets them apart. In order for a frozen treat to be officially labeled as ice cream, it must contain at least 10 percent milk fat. This requirement is usually achieved through the addition of cream, […] > View article

Easy and profitable at the same time? That’s a very rare combination to find. Growing your already developed business or starting up a new one… Profit comes in question but what worries more is how much effort and time are you investing in it and is it worth it? What if I tell you that […] > View article

Frozen yogurt mix is a huge decision because it will determine the taste for your store. There are many mix companies in the market that you can source from. The two main options for mix are dry or liquid mix. Dry mix typically ships in a bag and you will mix it with either milk […] > View article

The benefit to starting a franchise is that you will have built-in help to guide you through the process of starting your business. Franchises typically provide the store layout and design, ingredients, supplies and employee training. However, they can require significant upfront capital. Starting your own business allows you the freedom to determine exactly how […] > View article

Here in the U.K the permits, licenses, have been categorized… The ice cream / Frozen Yogurt falls in the A1 License (For Cold Food) category, whose property rents are far lesser than the A3 Category (Hot Food) but the profit is the same, so yes going for the Ice-cream / Frozen Yogurt Business is a […] > View article