Barrington, NH, Ice Cream Shop Reopens with the Second Generation in Charge
There are many things I love about this story! First off, I love when a family owned businesses stay in the family and get passed down from generation to generation. And I ESPECIALLY love that this family owned business in Barrington, New Hampshire, was able to survive the global pandemic. Mom and pop shops have had a rough go of it over the past few months and it's great to see the ones that are able to come out on the other side of it!
According to Fosters, Sugar and Ice Creamery in Barrington took a season off and was able to reopen this past weekend. Uli and Tom Emmerling opened the shop in 2007 and are now passing down the business to their daughter, Mira!
Mira has watched her parents and made ice cream with her mom over the past 13 years and is more than capable of taking on the responsibility. The paper states that Mira wants everyone to know that her mother will still be very involved in the ice cream creating process and her creative flavors aren't going anywhere!