A bistro supporting a chef’s academy and a social enterprise farm shop & café are among the five new outlets that award-winning Huddersfield ice cream producer Yummy Yorkshire, has added to its growing customer base.
Forster’s Bistro & Deli, which forms part of Forsters Community College in Bradford, is one of the outlets that has selected the artisan company as its ice cream supplier, due to the quality, diverse and original selection of flavours they offer. The 100 seater restaurant, which opened at the beginning of December, has been created to help the college meet any funding shortfall and offer real work placements to students.
The Granary Café & Farm Shop in North Leeds, profits from which support Caring For Life, a charity which makes a difference to the lives of disadvantaged people who have slipped off the radar of other support networks, has also added Yummy Yorkshire to its supplier list.
Both eateries have debuted Yummy Yorkshire’s festive flavours on their menus including Figgy Pudding and Christmas Cake ice cream.
Further new accounts for Yummy Yorkshire include the Timothy Taylor owned Grouse Inn near Keighley, Sugar Mouse, a traditional sweet shop, milk bar and ice cream parlour based in the town of Easingwold and Muse, a new gastro pub in Yarm, opened by Michelin chef and owner of the award-winning Bay Horse at Hurworth, Marcus Bennett.
Jeremy Holmes, co-founder of Yummy Yorkshire says: *”We are delighted to have been chosen to supply our ice cream to these outlets across the county. It is fantastic to see the demand by local customers for Yorkshire-made products and for the passion and support of new businesses like Forster’s Bistro & Deli, who actively source and promote regional, artisan food and drink.”*
You can find out more about Yummy Yorkshire from their “website”:http://www.yummyyorkshire.co.uk/