NJ Ice Cream Co. to Compete on CNBC’s Crowd Rules

crowd rulesKeyport based, Mr. Green Tea Ice Cream Company, will be featured in the inaugural episode of a new CNBC reality competition series, Crowd Rules, premiering May 14th at 9:00 PM.  Each week, Crowd Rules features three small businesses that compete in front of a 100-person studio audience who then votes to decide the winner of the $50,000 prize to help boost their business. Entrepreneur and jewelry designer Kendra Scott and TV Newsman Pat Kiernan host the show, along with a different guest industry expert each week.

Tune into the first episode on May 14th, as Mr. Green Tea makes its case along with two other specialty food companies, to an audience whose votes will ultimately decide which business is most deserving of the investment.

mr green teaMr. Green Tea Ice Cream is a premium ice cream company specializing in the exotic flavors typically found at your favorite high-end restaurants, such as green tea, red bean, and ginger. Founded in 1972, the company has been manufacturing and distributing some of the finest ice cream using the highest quality natural ingredients for more than four decades.  Mr. Green Tea is the brand behind the ice cream at thousands of restaurants in NYC and the tri-state area. It is now also available in pints at supermarkets across NY, NJ, CT, and PA, as well as nationally through its recently launched online store.

For more information about Mr. Green Tea Ice Cream, visit www.mrgreenteaicecream.com or follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/mrgreenteaicecream. For more information on the show visit: http://www.cnbc.com/id/100589014

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Author:Deborah Smith, Executive Editor

Deborah Smith is the Founder and Publisher of JerseyBites.com, a collaborative website focused on food news in New Jersey.

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