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3.0 stars - Based on 3 reviews

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Shipping ice cream straight to the home, Mora Ice Cream finds a new way forward

Pints from Mora Ice Cream's Taste-Travel Collection sit on a counter at their corporate headquarters in Poulsbo on Dec. 9.

POULSBO – Jerry Perez swirls about the factory floor, showing off how the ice cream is made. Here are large tanks for the mix, that is where flavoring can be added, there, where labels are printed onto endless pints of ice cream rolling by on a line, through these doors a gigantic freezer and a loading dock. He knows it all well.

Despite the mass of gleaming, churning machinery, Mora Ice Cream’s CEO is quick to note: The ice cream isn’t made by the machines, it’s made by the people behind the machines.

“These are the jobs I’m trying to save,” he says, watching employees buzz around the factory floor. “Because if the company goes down, all these guys are on the street. The impact of the (COVID-19) virus like this, is so many ripples into affecting people’s lives.”

A new emphasis

As it was for many others in their industry, the year was one to forget for Perez and his wife, Ana Orselli, the founders of what has become Kitsap’s ice cream brand. COVID-19 meant summer tourism dropped off and restrictions hit Mora retail shops during the most critical time of the year for business.

“Small business owners and business owners, we care for our employees,” Orselli said. “Honestly, we personally haven’t been making any money, it’s just trying to support them also. What are they going to do?”

Bobby Johnson loads more containers into the machine at the Mora Ice Cream's factory in Poulsbo on Dec. 9.

Frustrated, the two have forged ahead despite the rocky road that 2020 has brought them and landed on a new, old idea: “We always say that Mora is not just ice cream, it’s the experience around ice cream,” Orselli said. “For that you have to come to the stores. If you cannot come to the stores, we are going to bring the experience to your home.”

In recent weeks, the company has launched a new emphasis: shipping ice cream straight to homes around the country. With overnight or second-day shipping, Styrofoam boxes packed with dry ice can arrive before the ice cream melts.

Mora’s new Taste-Travel Collection is meant to spirit you away with specially selected flavors. “Each flavor has the ability to transport you somewhere else,” Orselli said. “We couldn’t travel this year, nobody went on vacations this year, and we didn’t have the chance to create new memories with family, with friends. If you have a spoonful of Mora Ice Cream and you close your eyes, maybe that is going to help you recreate that.”

The company has offered the option of shipping their product before, but up until now, with an especially hefty price tag, the idea was more for marketing, a specialty service the business could offer to big fans. They were happy, if a bit surprised, to fill the orders: “We received those orders and were like, ‘Whoa, who can pay $160 for six pints?” Orselli said.

Mora Ice Cream's factory workers package pints of ice cream in Poulsbo on Dec. 9.

With Mora’s new relationship with a fulfiller, costs have gone down, making the idea a bit more doable financially. But with the necessary quick shipping, the added weight of dry ice and the Styrofoam box, plus the ice cream itself, it’s still at its base an expensive proposition: a package of four pints will cost you $70, six pints $80, and eight pints $90.

The company has launched the new emphasis during the holiday season with the idea that customers might buy bulk or one-off gifts for friends or family or employees, but that the service will stick around. So far, Perez said, they’ve been impressed with the orders that have rolled in.

“We are so thankful to the community for choosing us to be a part of (the) holidays with them, because their orders are life and death for us,” he said. “We are very appreciative of everybody’s order.”

A new life

Perez and Orselli moved to the United States from Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 2002 and launched Mora three years later with a shop in Bellevue and a production facility on Bainbridge Island. The brand began to grow to a retail shop on Bainbridge, in Kingston, Poulsbo and beyond to Nevada, Utah and South Carolina locations. The company outgrew its Bainbridge production facility, opened the Poulsbo site in 2016 and has gotten to the point where it churns out ice cream for other brands at the facility, where Starbucks buys its ice cream and to where it has its own franchising program.

Josiah Behrens adds chocolate pieces to hopper while working on the factory floor at Mora Ice Cream in Poulsbo on Dec. 9.

“We have reasons to be proud,” Perez said. “We are a couple of immigrants that came here with $60,000 and 13 suitcases, that’s it. Two daughters, my wife and I, that’s it. The closest person that we knew was in New York. We knew nobody here, nobody. We came here because we liked the area.”

And they began building to where they are today. Now, grappling with difficult financials and an uncertain outlook in the months ahead, they’re finding a way forward.

“You can think of this as an (economic) crisis or also like a personal journey,” Orselli said. “We have to grow. I’m not going to be expecting our leaders to tell me how to grow in a personal level. This is my own journey.”

To get Mora Ice Cream products shipped to your house, visit moraicecream.com.

Nathan Pilling is a reporter covering Bainbridge Island, North Kitsap and Washington State Ferries for the Kitsap Sun. He can be reached at 360-792-5242, [email protected] or on Twitter at @KSNatePilling.

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Mora Iced Creamery

$$ •Ice Cream, Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream Shop

18801 Front St NE, Poulsbo
(360) 215-7021


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accepts credit cards

accepts apple pay

vegan options

moderate noise

offers catering

street parking

bike parking

wheelchair accessible

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kid friendly

outdoor seating

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Thursday12 - 9PM
Friday12 - 9:30PM
Saturday12 - 9:30PM
Sunday12 - 9PM

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Ice Cream Server/Cashier in Poulsbo, WA

Decent Job

It is a decent place to work, but management was not great. They would get upset if you served customers scoops that were “too big” even though they were a fair size. There was rarely a manager at the store so when customers wanted to speak to a manager they couldn’t. Additionally teenage girls were left to work alone at night, not the most safe. Schedules were difficult and if you were sick you had to find someone to cover for you.

Customer Service in Bainbridge Island, WA

0/5 stars

Horrible excuse for management. This job doesn't care about its employees, and they overwork you. They will fire you for no apparent reason I've seen it done to multiple people, honestly surprised they haven't caught a lawsuit with all the workers rights they break on a day to day basis. I've seen minors stay past 10pm and receive one 10min break for an 8 hour shift on a school day. I've known people to have to leave school just to go to work because they were scheduled during class. Store managers are under-qualified and treat you badly. The workers are cliquey to the point where its like the movie mean girls. If the under-qualified store manager doesn't like you say goodbye to your miserable job. This job will not give you a break ever, overall I wouldn't recommend this job to my enemy.

Ice Cream Server/Cashier in Provo, UT

Great first job

I absolutely love working here! The coworkers are great and the manager is very understanding. I definitely recommend working here if you get the opportunity! You get to know the customers well, and basically everyone that comes in is nice because they’re happy to be getting ice cream. The only iffy thing is that shifts can be slow if no one comes in, but other then that it’s great. 10/10 recommend.

Ice Cream Server in Bainbridge Island, WA

Not the best management or great people to work with.

The intentions of this company are good but the internal affairs are horrendous. Other coworkers were rude, tired to blame things on other people, got other people in trouble, didn’t do what they were supposed to do and didn’t carry their load. The area manager was inexperienced and had no idea what she was doing and did weekly schedules. Practically unheard of. It made for making plans impossible because while you might submit days off 2 months in advance, she might not remember it by the time she’s making the weekly schedule and then trading shifts was practically impossible. When I submitted my two weeks notice, the area manager informed me that they did not need me and I could simply diregard all my shifts for the next week. It was a whole fiasco and the owners fixed it but the area manager was very niave and unqualified.

Assistant Manager/Ice Cream Server in Bainbridge Island, WA

Fun workplace for a first job

Extremely busy in the summertimes, lots of hours to go around, lots of tips! Very slow winters. Good for high school or college students. Fun group of staff, although since it is mainly high school students going off to college there is a high turnover rate.

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