18 May 2018
The Gelateria opened in 1926, and Ricky and Hannah Forte are now the third generation owners of the family business, after taking the helm in 1987. They are the perfect example of persistence paying off, as their gold medal in the Blackcurrant Frozen Yoghurt class is their first National Ice Cream Competition win.... Read more
11 May 2018
Based in Stonehouse, Dave has been at the helm of ‘Dave’s Delicious Soft Serve’ for 47 years, and his 2018 win is his third consecutive victory in the competition!
When asked about his third win he said “It felt fantastic, especially because it was my third time winning. I put it... Read more
02 May 2018
The flavour categories have been released for the next Competition, and the offerings provide a great variety of options to suit everyone; from the fruity delights of passionfruit, to the nutty joys of hazelnut.
As the Ice Cream Alliance... Read more
07 March 2018
Karl Simcock was voted the best ice cream mobiler by The Ice Cream Alliance – the trade association for the UK’s £1bn ice cream industry.
The award comes as Karl celebrates 25 years since launching Tony’s Ices –named in... Read more
07 March 2018
An ice cream business which started by selling ice cream to hard working coal miners has struck gold after being voted the best in the UK.
More than 75 years ago Giuseppe Minchella's ice cream became a firm favourite... Read more
05 March 2015
By Philip Pearman MIFST, FRSPH
These general Labelling regulations come into force after 13th December 2014, the essence of the regulations are:
- All pre-packed foods must be labelled and the wording must include:- Name of the Food, An ingredient list, Information on allergens or intolerances used in the food or that were used... Read more
28 January 2015
The ruling will allow non dairy products to be sold as ice cream breaking a tradition that goes back more than 100 years.
Until now ice cream had to contain minimum amounts of milk and fat in order to pass the legal food standard but this is no longer the case after the Government's Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs axed... Read more