So, what’s the scoop? Our history
In 1920, Edwin ‘Ted’ Street, with the help of his wife and brother, laid the foundations for what would ultimately become Australia’s biggest ice cream manufacturer. Ted began by hand churning frozen custards in his back shed in Corrimal, NSW. He would sell the frozen treats to his neighbours along with sweets, cakes and lemonade. Word spread, and soon Ted used a cart, then a one-horsepower motorbike to sell Streets ice cream.
Today, Streets ice creams, including Magnum, Paddle Pop and Blue Ribbon, are made at a factory in Minto and sold throughout Australia and New Zealand. On any given day, we make around 200,000 litres of ice cream which is equivalent to filling a couple of backyard pools.