Callestick Farm’s ice cream and cafe have won a prestigious Good Food Award for the second consecutive year.
Based on customer feedback over the last twelve months and food hygiene scores, the 2020 Good Food Award has been presented to the family-run business on the basis of ‘exceptional levels of food quality, service and value when compared to industry benchmarks.’
The award is the latest in a landmark year for Callestick that has seen it win a raft of accolades for both its ice-cream and its ongoing and growing success as a company.
“It’s thirty years since we first started making ice-cream on the farm and we couldn’t be happier with the recognition our brand and products have been getting,” said marketing manager Amy Breach.
“We’re really pleased to have been judged worthy of a Good Food Award for the second year in succession – our aim is to achieve the highest standards in all aspects of our business and this is further proof that we’re doing that.”
The Good Food Awards were founded in 2002, are free to enter and are completely based on merit.