York Ice cream maker wins national dairy award for the second year

Yorvale is celebrating after winning a specialist national award for the second year running.

Lesley and Ian Buxton (pictured centre) collect their award at The Cream Awards

Lesley and Ian Buxton (pictured centre) collect their award at The Cream Awards

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The company says it was delighted that its Panna Cotta and Apricot ice cream was judged the winner in the Ice Cream Category of the Taste of Excellence Award in Dairy at The Cream Awards, the annual Dairy Industry Trade Awards.

Yorvale beat competition from Belton Cheese and Burt’s Cheese to win the prize at a Gala Dinner at the National Motorcycle Museum near Birmingham.

“We’re so pleased to have won this award again and it just goes to show that smaller producers can compete with bigger companies when it comes to product quality,” says Yorvale director, Lesley Buxton.

“We are a small, farm-based family business and we’re very proud of our team for helping us to win this award.”

Yorvale’s range of dairy ice cream, Yoryog and sorbets are available nationwide via selected wholesaler.

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