Yoghurt sales, particularly in the Arab countries, continues to grow. Yoghurt has always been popular with Arab people and of course it is believed to have originated in Mesopotamia or Turkey thousands of years ago, but its popularity increased in the western world in the early 20th century when claims were made that it extended life, claims later proved false.
Yoghurt has been a fad item that comes and goes thru the decades. Some people think it is “healthy” but in fact not more so than similarly flavored and sweetened gelato. The truth is health is just an excuse–people just love it for the taste! Our yoghurt gelato has twice the solids of fresh yoghurt plus an intense yoghurt taste and velvety texture. People who try it say the will never go back to plain yoghurt again.
Yoghurt comes and goes as a fad and now it’s “in”—but in fact, most people do not really like the tart, not-sweet taste of yoghurt! What people really want is something “yoghurty” which unlike yoghurt is sweet, rich, creamy and intensely flavored. They really want:
–yoghurt-gelato with a rich fruit paste!
Cashing in on Yoghurt
FROZEN YOGHURT-made in batch machine
Our yoghurt gelato is made the same way as ALL of our products:
add bag to 2L boiling water, mix, chill and add to machine.
ONE BAG MAKES 35-45 SCOOPS depending on weight. No pasteurizer required. So, you can offer frozen yoghurt and many other gelato flavors. Your manufacturing cost is about $0.24/scoop. Shop staff can easily be trained to make ice cream.
SOFT SERVE YOGHURT-free-standing machine-use graphic displays
You can also order our soft serve mix and a soft serve machine. Frozen yoghurt soft serve is very popular. Since our mix has twice the solids of fresh yoghurt, the products is much creamier and more velvety than plain yoghurt.
Our soft serve yoghurt is made the same was as all soft serve bases, Add bag of base to 5.5L warm or hot water, let stand until cool, then add to hopper.
In many countries soft serve yoghurt operators use several machines, so they can have the three most popular (vanilla, chocolate and strawberry) plus yoghurt. Many squeeze-bottle flavors add variety to the vanilla. This eliminates the need for a display case.
Soft Serve Bases:
Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla
Add any one of our 50 flavors to unflavored base.
1.8 Kg. bag of base powder makes 5.5 L of soft serve mix. Makes 75 scoops for as little as $0.17 USD each. This is cheaper than making hard ice cream because there is no manufacturing cost. Soft serve is so easy to prepare. Just add contents of bag to 3.5 L warm water.
Makes 5.5L mix. Mix and add to soft serve machine hopper. Makes 75 cones (70 gr. ea). If you buy the yoghurt base, don’t forget to buy the yoghurt flavor (paste) which greatly intensifies the flavor. Use to taste, usually about 150-250 gr/bag.
The lower setup cost of soft serve combined with lower manufacturing cost makes soft serve a competitive alternative—as long as you are not located near a major competitor such as McDonalds.
Soft serve more-or-less eliminates the need for production staff, since loading and maintenance can be performed by employees.