Is that cost effective? What do you have to charge for a 16 oz smoothie?
Jared Browers said:What you should try out is IQF (individually quick frozen) strawberries, blueberries or others from your food or produce supplier. Luckily we are part of a family of companies that includes a grocery store with a great produce section. We end up getting some cool fruits available in the summer but we always keep IQF Strawberries, raspberries on had to make our real fruit smoothies.
We make one size only 16oz: one full cup of the fruit, 3oz vanilla yogurt, 3oz of milk. We have soy yogurt for lactose intolerant. They are legendary and taste like a smoothie not like a Kwik-E-Mart squishee from Apu. (Simpsons anyone?)
We have a blend tec smoother that works like a dream 17000 cycles and counting