Did you know that most commercially produced ice cream isn’t made in nut-free facilities? That impacts many people, especially kids, who can’t have ice cream due to the risk of exposure to allergens from cross contamination.
That’s why family-owned A La Mode Shoppe is making safe-to-eat sweets for the 15 million Americans affected by food allergies.
Run by husband-and-wife-team, Marc and Sandy Roth, A La Mode Shoppe makes 100 percent nut-free ice cream. What started as a stand-alone ice cream parlor in Midtown East Manhattan has grown — due to demand from the allergy community and a parent’s video that went viral — into a national brand sold at grocery stores across the country.
Made in Dessurt Corp, the country’s first dedicated nut-sesame-and-egg-free facility located in the Bronx, A La Mode’s premium ice cream is super-creamy thanks to being made with 16 percent butterfat. Kids can’t resist fun-loving flavors like Pink Sprinkle and Cotton Candy, while adults embrace decadent flavors like Wired, coffee ice cream with chocolate chips, and Speed Bump, dark chocolate with marshmallows.
Six pints of A La Mode Shoppe ice cream, $79.99, www.alamo
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