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Criterion Ices has won three Gold Awards in the Guild of Fine Food Great Taste Awards 2007 for its Belgian Chocolate and Stem Ginger double cream dairy ices and Blackberry Yodel yogurt ice.

The Belgian Chocolate ice cream has a deep velvet texture and a rich flavour imparted by the 100% real dark cocoa liquor.

The Stem Ginger is bold and fiery with Chinese stem ginger pieces tumbled into a smooth, rich dairy ice lightly laced with ginger.

The Blackberry Yodel is refreshing and fruity. Sugar and cream are added to enhance the fruit while the tongue tingling tang of the yogurt comes through clearly.

Criterion Ices is a family business that has been established since the 1920s. Its ices are made from fresh, natural ingredients with the double cream and organic yogurt sourced from local herds near its Suffolk creamery.

Criterion makes its fresh, exclusive ices largely by hand and in the traditional way to achieve supreme quality, texture and flavour.

“It is a great privilege to win the respect of the Guild of Fine Foods and we are especially pleased to receive these three Gold Awards in recognition of our ices,” says Jim Valenti, sales manager for Criterion Ices. “”We take every care to produce exclusive ices that are a real treat and it’s good to have independent food experts acknowledge our quality and integrity.”

Criterion Ices are available in 500ml pots for around £4 at selected farm shops, delicatessens and independent food retailers of quality – the company chooses not to supply supermarkets. To find a stockist simply visit

For more information, samples and images of the winning ices or to speak to Jim Valenti contact:

Katherine Selby, PR Workshop, 0208 657 4422

Or, from July 12-26 contact: Tracy Carroll at

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