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Why stock Winstones Ice Cream

  • Winstones Ice Cream is a truly premium luxury dairy ice cream. Our family have been making it at our Cotswold dairy in the West Country since 1925.
  • The short-horned organic milk we use is always fresh because it comes from a herd of cows who graze on the National Trust common land next to our factory. The rare short-horned bread is native to Britain and they produce the highest quality milk yield around.
  • Our award-winning dairy ice creams don’t use cheap whey powder like some other ice cream makers.
  • Our ice cream wins awards for its flavour. We have won numerous Ice Cream Alliance and Great Taste awards, as well as a number of other business awards.
  • We’ve been around for almost 100 years, during which time we’ve perfected our premium dairy ice cream, made by passionate, experienced professionals.
  • Customers can choose from more than 30 different delicious ice cream flavours and 5 refreshing real fruit sorbets.
  • We use natural ingredients – from real colours and flavourings to real fruits, farm fresh milk and proper chocolate.
  • We source almost all of our ingredients locally: Jersey double cream from Chipping Norton, Milk from Woefuldane, Honey from Bisley and fruit from Hereford.
  • All of our products are suitable for vegetarians and GM free almost all are gluten-free.
  • Our award-winning team of graphic designers create lots of great Point of Sale displays, to help our customers maximise sales.
  • Through Creed Foodservice we offer distribution all over the UK.
  • Our products are very competitively priced compared to other luxury ice cream brands.

To become a stockist, don’t delay call or email our sales team today to find out how to stock our award-winning West Country Ice Cream.

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