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Good Things Utah

Sub Zero Ice Cream CEO, Scott Abbott and Founder, Jerry Hancock joined hosts Nicea Degering and Reagan Leadbetter on ABC 4’s Good Things Utah to show them and the GTU viewers what Sub Zero Ice Cream is all about. Watch the segment here: Check out our Facebook for behind the scene pictures and click here to view the article from ABC 4. Don’t forget to try Peachy Keen, our August Flavor of the Month (there’s only week left!) And also be … Continue reading

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Good Things Utah

Ice Cream that is Frozen Before Your Eyes It starts out as a liquid. You choose what flavor you want and then comes the quick freeze chemicals… Sub Zero says they started a New York Burrito franchise in Orem, Utah. A current trend in the food industry is a deli style. Deli style means giving the customer more choices, and the product is fresher. They had space available in the store, so they started looking for a way to provide … Continue reading

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Watch us on Sonoran Living ABC 15 Arizona

A report by Andi Barness for ABC 15’s Sonoran Living Live, starring Sub Zero’s very own Leon Merkley. Originally posted at http://www.abc15.com/dpp/lifestyle/sonoran_living/custom-made-ice-cream-while-you-wait.

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Saltlakemagazine.com Reviews Sub Zero Ice Cream

Ice Cream Parlor of the Week: Sub Zero Ice Cream Sub Zero Ice Cream Owner: Jerry Hancock Jerry Hancock was mulling over the idea of opening up an ice cream shop, but wanted to step up his game against competitors. With the help of his chemistry background, Jerry concocted a scientific concept, allowing customers to pick the fat content and consistency of their desired flavor by freezing the frozen treat with liquid nitrogen right before their eyes. “It’s kind of … Continue reading

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Sub Zero Featured on CityWeekly.net

Have It Your Way At Utah’s Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt shops, ice cream is created to customers’ particular specifications. You choose the base—cream, rice or soy—flavor mixtures, mix-ins and overall texture. Then, the mixture is flash-frozen with liquid nitrogen, creating instantly “cryogenic” ice cream. Normally, when ice cream is frozen, it immediately starts to create ice crystals—to deteriorate. Since Sub Zero freezes its ice cream in about 15 seconds, it’s fresh as it can possibly be. SubZeroIceCream.com.

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