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    Swirl Freeze is NSF- and ETL-Listed — What Does This Mean?

    If you’ve spent a little time on the Swirl Freeze site planning the perfect milkshake or shopping for your very own frozen dessert maker, then by now you’ve probably heard that every one of our products is certified (or listed) by a couple of fancy acronyms: NSF and ETL. Since the average person…Read More

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    When Did Humans Learn How To Freeze Things?

    Hundreds of thousands of years ago, humans learned to make fire. But when did we learn how to make ice? Fire steals the show in human history. Historians and anthropologists agree that learning to control fire was one of the single most important developments in the history of our species. The warmt…Read More

  3. 4 Fun Facts About the History of Ice Cream

    Ice cream is one of the world’s most popular desserts, but it wasn’t always so well-known or easy to find. In fact, it had to take a long and arduous journey through history before reaching modern superstardom. If you’ve ever wondered who invented ice cream or where in the world it came from, …Read More

  4. 4 Simple Ways to Attract More Business to Your Restaurant

    Back in 2013, restaurant industry giant Rewards Network published an article about the only four ways to increase restaurant sales: Increase the number of new customers Increase the frequency of return of existing customers Increase the average spending amount per customer Increase the rate of table…Read More

  5. Frozen Yogurt vs Ice Cream: What’s the Difference?

    Frozen yogurt has exploded in popularity over the last decade, and it’s gotten many people asking the Big Questions: what makes froyo different from regular old ice cream? Is frozen yogurt better for you? How am I supposed to choose between these delicious dairy desserts? With the Swirl Freeze all…Read More