More than ninety percent of U.S. household regularly indulge in a sweet, frozen treat. This could be anything from freezing liquid, semi-solids, and even solid desserts. To ensure your customers continue to delight in these sweet treats, you need to come up with the best package for your product as well as quality serving and sampling spoons. And if you are a serious frozen treat connoisseur, the last thing you’d want is spoon that constantly bends trying to scoop ice cream.
With different types of frozen food, there are also different tasting spoons essentially made from plastic or wood. There’re spoons designed for ice cream and others made for frozen yogurt. Therefore, if you run an ice cream parlor, you need to have a range of frozen yogurt spoons that can also be used on sorbet and gelato.
Plastic Tasting Spoon
These are the most common serving and tasting frozen treat spoon, and they come in different styles and colors. Plastic spoons are designed with comfortable grips that make it easy to scoop and enjoy your treat. Also, brand logo and message can be easily engraved on the plastic surface, allowing you to promote your brand even further. They are ideal for ice cream, and other frozen liquid treats, but not solid dessert.
Wooden Tasting Spoon
If you are looking for a spoon that can be used across all frozen treats, wooden spoons would be your best choice. They are made from biodegradable birch tree which is crafted into thin spoon-like sheets. Unlike the plastic frozen yogurt spoons which bend easily, wooden spoons are steady to allow perfect scoop. They can be used for eating ice cream, cake or dessert. Wooden spoons are finished with a coat of wax that eliminates any wood taste but are food safe. The surface treatment allows the spoons to be shatterproof and are individually wrapped to ensure a clean stick.
So, whether you are treating your guest with some ice cream cakes, frozen yogurt, sundaes, snacks or any other kind of dessert, make sure you get the best serving or tasting spoon. For a more eco-friendly solution, choose to buy wooden tasting spoons which are recyclable.
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