From Milk to Ice Cream
by: Josie Chan & Tashdeed Khan 8A
While the sugar is being refined, the natural sugar that was stored in the sugar cane is separated from the plant material. Sugar isn't bleached during the refining process. It contains no colourings, additives, or artificial preservatives. It is then added to the machine along with the cream, modified milk ingredients, and the other ingredients in the process.
Modified Milk Ingredients
- At the Chapman's Factory there are thousands of mixers for the variety of flavours that are produced. So, when the ingredients reach the factory, they are unloaded and poured into each of the mixers. The three main ingredients (mentioned above) are the base mixes for all of Chapman's Ice Cream.
- After the main ingredients are mixed along with the unique flavourings, they are then moved to the deep freezers, where they are frozen at the temperature of -34ºC.
- Afterwards, the ice creams are filled into their specified buckets.
- Finally, the Chapman's Ice Cream is ready to be transported to supermarkets and consumed.
When the ice creams are prepared at the Chapman's factory, they are then transported to supermarkets by Chapman's trucks all over Canada.
Eaten and Disposed
For disposal, Chapman's Ice Cream buckets are fully recyclable and if not disposed properly, it can harm the environment and its ecosystem.