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Cold Stone Creamery average salary is $32,000, median salary is $32,000 with a salary range from $32,000 to $32,000.
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  • Cold Stone Creamery
  • Industry: Food Processing
  • City: Scottsdale, AZ
  • Our founders, Donald and Susan Sutherland, have a passion for ice cream! They searched everywhere for ice cream that was ¡°smooth and creamy¡±, rather than the traditional hard-packed or soft-serve varieties. In 1988, after coming up empty in their search, they opened the first Cold Stone Creamery? in Tempe, Arizona. Using only the finest ingredients, the Sutherlands produced the highest quality ice cream available¡­making it fresh each day in their store. Every ice cream creation was then made to order for each customer by blending in mix-ins on a frozen granite stone (the Cold Stone!), and