AN ice cream business is celebrating cool success.
Yummy Yorkshire, based at Delph House Farm in Denby Dale, won a gold award in the Great Taste Awards, run by the Guild of Fine Food.
The award was made for its fresh cream following a tasting by a team of experts.
Guild spokesman Bob Farrand said: “Yummy Yorkshire’s cream has been through a thorough judging process.
“We are able to assure consumers that the Great Taste Award logo, which all award winners can use, signifies genuine, proven fine food.”
Jeremy Holmes, co-owner of Yummy Yorkshire, said: “We are delighted to win this award.
“It demonstrates the pride that we have in our products; and above all for our cows.
“There is dedication and skill in making fresh cream, which is one of the main ingredients used in all of our ice cream, also sold on our farm.”
Yummy Yorkshire produces ice cream using fresh milk and cream from its herd of 150 Holstein Friesian herd set on 250 acres of grazing land.
It also has its own ice cream and coffee parlour. Ice cream flavours range from vanilla, chocolate and caramel fudge to mint, liquorice, banoffee pie, marmalade cheesecake and honey and ginger.