WEST CHESTER, PA. — Five years ago, Kyle Peters founded a frozen dessert business, inspired by his mother’s battle with colon cancer. As she endured grueling rounds of chemotherapy, ice cream provided comfort; however, the products she ate were packed with sugar and lacked the nutrients her body needed, said Mr. Peters, a former college athlete with a passion for cooking.

Months after her death, Mr. Peters began developing recipes for a high-protein ice cream with no added sugar, formulated with organic skim milk, cream, organic egg, organic erythritol, chicory root fiber, whey protein isolate and monk fruit. He launched the brand Six Pack Creamery with aspirations to sell the products into retirement communities, sports stadiums, college dining halls and hospitals.

Like any entrepreneur, Mr. Peters navigated his startup through numerous missteps and unforeseen challenges. The brand persevered during the pandemic, landing a…

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