Marshfield Ice Cream

Dessert Concept

Are you looking to increase sales from the ice cream you sell? You could consider serving sundaes, milkshakes and traditional ice cream puddings in addition to ice cream in cones or tubs.

If you are a café, parlour or restaurant and are already stocked with sauces, sprinkles and whipped cream, then this could be a straightforward way to add value to your ice cream offerings. We receive lots of positive customer feedback – on average we’ve found that customers increase their ice cream sales by around 30% by offering puds and sundaes. For instance, you might charge your customers £2.50 for two scoops of ice cream but £4.50 for a sundae.

From our experience and passion for our products, we’ve carefully crafted a long list of dessert suggestions and we’re more than happy to share! Please contact us via info@marshfield-farm and we can help give inspiration and suggestions on ideas to create and play with.

We can provide a bespoke, wipeable ‘no tear’ menu card – complete with your company name on the front. Let us know exactly what you want printed on your menu card (up to eight dessert choices), and we’ll get it designed and printed for you. There is a minimum order of 20 menus at £2.00 each.

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