Calder Capital, LLC is pleased to announce the sale of Lundington, MI-based House of Flavors to an individual investor.
While House of Flavors started in 1948, the company made ice cream as far back as 1935 when it was Miller Dairy.
Four generations of the same family have operated the business – Bob Neal, Sr. as founder (deceased); Bob Neal Jr. as owner and now chairman of the board; Barry Neal as general manager, and Madison Neal as server. While the House of Flavors may be known for it’s delicious, all-day breakfast, or its various extravagant flavors of ice cream, it is in fact, Michigan’s largest ice cream manufacturer producing 25 million gallons of ice cream each year!
Max Friar, Managing Partner at Calder Capital commented, “We were very fortunate to be able to work with Bob and Barry to help transition the company to the next generation of ownership. The House of Flavors is an iconic and very popular restaurant and ice cream manufacturer that has stood the test of time. We look forward to it’s successful operation for many more years to come!”