The effect of inflation on Toscanini Ice Cream
Consumers may have noticed that the price of food products has been going up recently. This is due to myriad forces that have caused the price of certain crops and raw food items, such as milk, wheat, beans, and sugar, to soar. For example, the price of a single scoop at Toscanini's, a gourmet ice cream shop in Cambridge famous for its ingenious flavors, has gone up 40 cents since May.
That single scoop has been affected on many different levels. Click through the slides to see how the ice cream is made and how the process has changed thanks to the inflation.
Pictured: From left, Kendra Wulczyn, Liz Schnidler, and Erika Siwila enjoying ice cream at Toscanini's.