SALT LAKE CITY – Sub Zero Ice Cream is proud to announce the opening of its newest location in Murray, opening on May 14. Sub Zero Ice Cream was started under the direction of founder, Jerry Hancock. Hancock wanted an ice cream shop where customers would have limitless options. Using cryogenics, the study of very low temperatures, Hancock and his franchisees only need to stock a variety of fresh…Read More

  2. SassyScoops.com reviews Sub Zero

    Sub Zero Ice Cream review, by Debbie CranberryFries It’s not so much a secret anymore that the best place to find some delicious treat is Sub Zero Ice Cream. SUB ZERO is Cryogenics, the science of ultra cold where they use direct contact freezing. Which means you get to pick what you want, watch them gather and pour in the ingredients and see it freeze right in front of you. Nothing is frozen be…Read More

  3. Mom Essential Blog Reviews Arizona Location

    (AZ) New Sub Zero Ice Cream Shop Have you heard about Sub Zero ice cream? I was told about it's upcoming arrival a few months ago, and it finally came so I went to try this new ice cream shop in Mesa, and it was delicious! This store, the first in Arizona, happens to be located on Stapley and Baseline, right next to Jason's Deli, but also in the same parking lot as Old Navy (if you go, print a $…Read More

  4. NicoleRatesIt.com reviews Sub Zero

    SubZero Ice Cream - Provo, UT Liquid cream + Flavorings + Mix ins + Liquid Nitrogen = ice cream??? It's true. Science has again met up with my favorite frozen treat : ice cream. But this isn't your typical 31 Flavors parlor. After hearing rave reviews from several friends about the the up-and-coming phenomenon that is cryogenically-frozen ice cream, I did some research. Dippin' Dots , the "Ice Cre…Read More

  5. Popular Mechanics Investigates Sub Zero

    Making the Coldest Ice Cream in the World—But is it Any Good? by Jennifer Bogo It only takes a few ingredients to make lactose lovers' favorite treat: Ice cream requires sugar, milk, flavoring and agitation. And, of course, a means to freeze it. Starting with salt and ice, that process has been low-tech for centuries—just how ice cream connoisseurs like it. But what happens when you skip the s…Read More