Cold Chain Quickie #21- Iced Coffee Popsicles

Published On May 28, 2015, by .

We came across this innovative idea to beat the summer heat combining two most favorite elements- Coffee and Ice Cream. Iced coffee popsicles: two favorite summer treats in one frozen package. These caffeinated ice popsicles offer a great blend of coffee and Ice Cream in a single treat. These iced…

Cold Chain Quickie #20- Chai Ice Cream #ColdChainIndia

Published On May 20, 2015, by .

We came across this innovative idea of Chai Ice Cream. What better than ice cream during summer months and to top it off with a flavor of the most loved beverage in India- Tea. The country consumes 8.37 lakh tonnes of tea annually with the per capita consumption of 0.8…

SUBWAY’s $5 Foot-Long, A Success of the Farm-to-Fork Supply Chain

Published On September 24, 2014, by .

How do large restaurant chains manage to efficiently procure large volumes of meat, poultry, vegetables and breads and seamlessly supply them to their restaurants across even larger geographic regions? In a case study of Subway, one of the world’s largest sandwich restaurant chains, the restaurant has used traditional supply chain…

Cold Chain Quickie #15- 5-Star Hotels To Grow Veggies In Their Backyard

Published On September 2, 2014, by .

A number of 5-star hotels are investing in kitchen gardens in order to avoid import of expensive fruits and vegetables from foreign markets, thereby cutting costs while maintaining high quality. Such farms are being developed in their backyards where a variety of high quality fruits and vegetables are being grown…

Ice Cream That can be Stored at Room Temperature

Published On August 5, 2014, by .

Believe it or not, that day has arrived. A team of 16 Canadian students from the Food and Science program at McGill developed what they are calling Frisson – an ice cream that can be stored at room temperature. Frisson is a french word which means Shiver. For Frisson to…