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After going in cold, super premium ice cream maker's founder scoops up tasty revenue

SAN FRANCISCO — Ultra-premium ice cream company Humphry Slocombe isn’t afraid to stretch its imagination when it comes to flavor creation. Beet, foie gras, and potato chip ice cream are examples. Co-founders Jake Godby and Sean Vahey worked together at the now-closed Tartare restaurant before deciding to open their first ice cream shop in 2008. Over the last three years, the company has seen a 240.
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