Due to the hot weather in the summer holidays is a great time for ice cream. This week is a lot of good, but, according to the Association of Traditional IJscentrum (VAI), the season has not yet been saved.
"Thanks to the good weather and because of the holiday, we made it to the end, with the closing of the year," said chairman Teun Loonen on the GO. As a result, the empty streets at the beginning of the year, the turnover is quite a change.
"We'll have to put it in the spring and the summer to earn money for the whole year," light Wages apply. As a part of the ice cream did not fall under the lockdownmaatregelen, but in the office with a sitting area, though. The streets were empty, so we need all members to be advised to temporarily close."
as for The ice cream, with a sitting area, again with additional steps. "We have a new protocol drawn up since the start of this week, apply in relation to the duty to register." The ijsbranche has a full understanding of the measures taken. "But the ice cream, however, is a impulsproduct," says the GO-chair.
The next wave will be a vegan ice-cream
in Addition, it is all hands on deck, but it also needs to be taken into account in the rules. "You can't put up with a lot of staff, at the same time, from behind the display stand. That is, according to the Wages of the long queues for the ice cream, and as a result.
during the first period of time from the moment you have to have a lot of artisan ice-cream makers are on sale on the ice for a home deposit. That's what they do now, for less, due to the rush in the living room. However, they are on to the next trend: the vegan ice-cream. "In a continuing trend, after the coronatijd, then do it."
in the Netherlands there are about thousands of artisanal ice-cream shops.