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Unusual flavours from Criterion Ices

25 June 2008 by
Unusual flavours from Criterion Ices

Stem Ginger; Turkish Delight; and Vintage Marmalade are three of the more unusual flavours of ice-cream available from Criterion Ices.

Additionally the company supplies yogurt ices in five fruit varieties plus natural and there are six real fruit sorbets plus a Dark Chocolate sorbet and a Champagne sorbet. All are supplied in 4-litre tubs and 4.5-litre scooping trays are also available.

The ices are all freshly made at the Criterion Ices' Suffolk farm creamery. The dairy ices are made from fresh local cream, British sugar and other fine, natural ingredients; the yogurt ices from live, organic yogurt and the sorbets from fruit harvested at its peak. No artificial flavours, colours or GMOs are used.

To buy it, call 01359 230208
Criterion Ices

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