The birth of the original Wall’s Ice Cream. It all started from a butcher’s shop where T. Wall & Sons Ltd had made sausages since 1786. Having previously produced sausages, his idea of producing ice cream to increase summer sales was first imagined in 1913 to help cool down consumers.
However, this idea quickly came to a standstill at the start of World War one, halting production until it had concluded. It was then full steam ahead, where Thomas Wall’s Factory in Acton, London, started making ice cream in 1922.