In our last “Inside the Dairy” entry, we showed you the mixing room. The next step in the process is for the base mixture to be sent to a flavor tank like the one shown below. This tank holds 500 gallons, and in it, we add flavors to the base mixtures, such as mint, coffee or strawberry. Here we see Joe opening the hatch to a vanilla mixture, shown below this photo. And yes, his name tag actually says “Joel.” It was an error that was made when he first started working with the Dairy. His last name begins with the letter “L” and when they created his name tag, “Joe L.” became “Joel”. Even though we offered to fix it, he said he didn’t mind the extra letter.
INSIDE THE DAIRY: THE FLAVOR TANKPosted by Turkey Hill Team on March 4th, 2011
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