Cold Stone Creamery

Cold Stone Creamery is an American-based ice cream parlor chain. The company, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, is owned and operated by Kahala, L.L.C. The company's main product is premium ice cream, or ice cream made with approximately 12-14% butterfat, that is made on location and customized to order for customers at the time of purchase. Cold Stone has also expanded its menu with other ice cream related products such as ice cream cakes, pies, cookie sandwiches, smoothies, shakes and iced & blended coffee.

Since 2008, the company has been co-branding its locations with other chains in an attempt to increase its presence outside the United States and open up its business model from the traditional summertime season to a more year-round one.

Read more about Cold Stone Creamery:  History, Products, Store Design, Legal Issues, Health Effects of Its Products, Corporate Headquarters

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Cold Stone Creamery - Corporate Headquarters
... While the company was originally headquartered in Tempe, in 1997 the company moved its headquarters to Scottsdale, Arizona ... In July 2005 Cold Stone moved into its current headquarters ...
Tim Hortons - Partnerships - Partnership With Cold Stone Creamery
... The parent company of Cold Stone Creamery, Kahala, announced in February 2009 that it had reached an agreement with Tim Hortons to open up to 100 co-branded stores in the United ... most notable co-branded store opened in August 2009 when Tim Hortons moved into three Cold Stone Creamery locations in New York City, including its flagship Times Square ... In June 2009, Cold Stone Creamery started testing the Canadian market by opening its six co-branded locations with Tim Hortons located in Toronto, Oakville ...

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