People's Pops launched in 2008 when Nathalie Jordi, David Carrell and Joel Horowitz set up a booth at the New Amsterdam Market, where they decided to sell ice pops made with local fruits. Over the years they experimented a lot, developed a fan base, opened shops in the East Village and Chelsea Marke ... More >>
Between the Big Gay Ice Cream Shop, Van Leeuwen's, and Butter Lane's Blue Bell ice cream, East 7th Street is shaping up to be a frozen treats fantasia. And next week it will get even frostier, thanks to the good folks of People's Pops.
edkohler/flickrIce cream trucks, hibernating.If today's weather is any indication, summer is well and truly over, which makes Fork in the Road think about all of those frozen treat purveyors who spoiled us so thoroughly over the past few months. This may have been the Summer of Street Food, b ... More >>
Robert SietsemaNathalie Jordi, one of the owners of People's Pops, has an ongoing column in The Atlantic that describes the highs and lows of running a small food business in New York. Today, reflecting on "how few [of] the difficulties of operating a small popsicle business in New York City ... More >>