Full-Cream Ice Cream In a Cup How Do They Make 'Childhood Taste'

Full-Cream Ice Cream In a Cup How Do They Make 'Childhood Taste'

Full-Cream Ice Cream In a Cup How Do They Make 'Childhood Taste'

Full-Cream Ice Cream In a Cup How Do They Make 'Childhood Taste'

Each week our plant manufactures some very tasty ice cream with strawberry and cherry jam, chocolate, and vanilla ice cream.  We walked through the shops to see how it's made.
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Everything starts at the laboratory. Ingredients undergo physical and chemical testing, because only the supreme or first-degree quality milk is allowed for making real full-cream ice cream.
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The old and the new technologies work side by side, complementing each other and providing a 100% result.
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Meet Irina, the chief dairy products engineer. 

She is responsible for the make-up of our full-cream ice cream so loved by Family Traditions customers. 
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Seasoned engineers believe the best and fluffiest ice cream could be only made of fresh cream and milk. Irina followed this principle to come up with recipes for our ice cream.  It does not contain any vegetable oil or chemical preservatives. This is why our ice-cream has such a creamy taste, what our customers termed as the 'childhood taste'.

The ice cream production starts in these vats. At this stage it does not look like an ice cream, it is more like a condensed milk. In these vats the mix is heated, pasteurized, homogenized, and continuously agitated to dissolve all the clots.
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Then the mix ripens for 20 hours at the temperature +4 Centigrade.  After ripening, the mix reports through pipelines to the freezing stage.  The freezer very quickly cools the cream mix from +4 to –6 degrees. This process is continuous, and the line workers cannot even have a lunch break. They cannot shut down the equipment and stop the work. For this reason, the shiftchange involves the entire crew.
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We'll tell you a secret: this is when the ice cream tastes its best. It hasn't yet solidified, but kind of keeps its shape. Combined with a crunchy wafer cone, the taste of 'warm' ice cream with cherry jam is so good that the next thing you know is you're reaching for the third helping. 

Cherry jam is also produced in our plant using quite a simple recipe. Cherry juice, sugar, and apple pectin.  At the next stage, the ice cream cups go to the 'blast freezer' chamber. The ice-cream is frozen at –34 degrees over 40 minutes and comes back.
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Then it is packaged and shipped to the stores, where our customers are waiting.
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We would like to thank all our customers who appreciate and understand the quality of our products. Indeed, each worker in our plant not only follows job duties and diligence, but also invests his or her spirit in making the good products. 

Enjoy your ice cream and stay healthy!

22 May, 2017