Dippin Dots Enters The Cryogenics Market

The nation’s leading flash-frozen ice cream company, Dippin’ Dots announced it has launched Dippin’ Dots Cryogenics, L.L.C. Dippin’ Dots Cryogenics will make its patented technology and equipment available to other industries including nutraceutical, pharmacuetical, agriculture, aquaculture and animal feed. The Dippin’ Dots cryogenic team can customize machines based on individual company needs, from small-scale pilot plant sizes to high-capacity systems producing 2,000 kg./hour. The cryogenic technology uses liquid nitrogen to flash-freeze products that require high-quality standards, and is suitable as a first step for any freeze-dried product. We understand its capabilities beyond what we foundationally use it for, and look forward to sharing our innovations with other industries.

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