With Frostline® lactose-free, chocolate or vanilla soft serve mixes, preparation is simple – just 4 easy steps – fill, stir, mix and pour.
Problem: Product is too soft. Symptoms: Cones won’t stand up. The soft serve looks wet. The product starts melting almost immediately. Treatment: First, check your machine’s temperature settings. We recommend setting the temperature between 18 and 21 degrees and the temperature inside the hopper be at 41 degrees. Since your soft serve seems too soft, try setting it more towards 18 degrees. If this checks out, move on to examining your scraper… Read More
Recommended Storage Procedures for Frostline® Soft Serve Mixes. Once the soft serve product has been mixed with water, the mixture should be immediately poured into your soft serve machine or refrigerated in the complimentary mixing bucket with affixed lid.
Kent Precision Foods Group Offers Foodservice Soft Serve Solutions for Every Business Model Choose which scenario best describes your situation: a. A cafeteria of hungry college students waiting in line for a frozen treat b. A kid-friendly restaurant using complementary soft serve as a perk for dining in c. A froyo franchise with several hoppers waiting to dispense the next imaginative flavor d. A small frozen beverage store wanting to serve soft… Read More