Philadelphia style ice cream, manufactured and distributed throughout the Philadelphia region,
for people who live, work, or play in the Delaware Valley.
What are those strange sounding words anyway?
You may have seen the commercial of the youngster who can't read the words mono- diglycerides.
Although the sound of these words is rather exotic and do not convey a sense of purity, the fact
is that these ingredients are all-natural. In ice cream, they act as emulsifiers - another
exotic name. Emulsifiers are simply fatty substances used to keep the ice cream mixture
consistent and to improve its whipping ability. When eggs are used in ice cream, they are also
generally used as emulsifiers.
Some people, for religious or dietary reasons, worry that the mono- diglycerides in our ice
cream might come from animals. Our ice cream use mono- and diglycerides that are completely