Mackie’s Make Wind-powered Ice Cream

by Tracy Stokes on May 9, 2006

in EcoEnergy , The Environment and Business

Mackie’s of Scotland make ice cream with fresh milk, cream and renewable energy. They have installed a single Vestas V52 wind turbine and aim to become Britain’s greenest company by making more energy than they consume. In the past year, the wind turbine has provided 65% of the electricity requirements for Mackie’s, and they have decided to add the declaration: “made with renewable power”, to their tubs. As the wind-power logo originally designed for the tubs has been likened to a toothpick, Mackie’s are now holding a design competition where you can win 25 tubs of Mackie’s wind-powered ice cream for designing the winning logo that will make it clear to consumers that this ice cream is made with Mackie’s own renewable energy.

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Patti Singleton December 14, 2009 at 2:10 pm

Just to up-date you _ Mackie’s now have three large wind-turbines


Rema Decandia January 2, 2010 at 5:27 am

Thank you, I love to read articles that are informative and beneficial in nature.


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