Hospitals install ice cream machines

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A hospital cafeteria may be one of the last places you’d imagine ice cream machines to make inroads. But a number of New England hospitals have installed the units to rave reviews.

According to a report in the Boston Globe, “the multi-patented technology allows consumers to buy fresh, hard-scoop ice cream that is made in about 40 seconds. During that time, a machine about the size of a refrigerator mixes, aerates, and flash-freezes liquid ingredients into ice cream.”

MooBella officials, its machine is good way to target locations where fresh ice cream has rarely been available.

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Source: Boston Globe



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