A high-quality ice cream can be made only from good mix ingredients properly balanced to produce a desirable composition, along with proper processing, freezing, hardening, and distribution, under proper sanitary conditions. All of these factors are important and must be carefully controlled if the most acceptable product is to be produced. It must be remembered that product inferiority constitutes one of the greatest menaces to the success and progress of the ice cream industry. The consumer has learned to depend upon ice cream as a safe, enjoyable, energy-giving, nourishing, and refreshing food. Consumer interest in the quality of ice cream is one of the industry’s greatest assets.
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