Spring, Texas – August 2nd, 2015: Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt has offered up an idea about ice cream that’s so fresh, it’s not frozen.
Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt, which is a made-to-order frozen treat franchise, is making its way to the Houston area. The store is set to open towards the end of August, after signing a lease for a 1,200 square foot retail space in Vintage Park. The shopping center is located at 10123 Louetta Rd in northwest Harris County and is located next to Whole Foods Market.
Sub Zero will produce the concoction after customers pick their preferred yogurt or ice cream base, add-ins and flavors. This means customers can customize their order instead of choosing pre-made ice cream. Liquid nitrogen is added to the frozen product for 15 seconds; the end result supposed to be a creamy, dense dish that doesn’t have a lot of air. This is an issue with pre-frozen machine-mixed ice cream.
Jacob Grossman, with The Weitzman Group and is helping the company with expansion. Within the next five years, the company has plans to expand – with stores in The Woodlands, Galveston, Katy, Sugar Land, Webster and Pearland.
The Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt Story:
Jerry and Naomi Hancock were always drawn to the idea of customizable food. They started their culinary career by opening a New York Burrito in Orem, Utah, which allowed their customers complete control over creating their meals. Jerry and Naomi wanted to provide that same freedom with desserts. Jerry used his chemistry background from Brigham Young University to develop a method of freezing ice cream using nothing more than liquid nitrogen (which comes from the air we breathe). His technique was such a success, that in 2004 he opened Sub Zero Ice Cream in Orem, Utah. Since then, Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt has changed from a small, local business into a regional sensation. Locations can now be found throughout the United States, including international locations in China and the United Arab Emirates. With other locations coming soon across the U.S. and other regions.
Sub Zero Vintage Park Facebook Website
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