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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERATwo Yorkshire family businesses, York based Yorvale ice cream and St. Helen’s Farm of Seaton Ross in East Yorkshire, have launched a premium goat’s milk ice cream. Goat’s milk has slightly different proteins to cows’ milk and contains 10% less lactose, so it is suitable for people on a cow’s milk free diet. A 100ml serving contains 116 calories and 2.7g carbohydrate (of which 2.3g is sugars). The ice cream contains only natural ingredients, is gluten and egg free and suitable for vegetarians. Using fresh British goat’s milk and double goat’s cream and a luxurious recipe, it is delicately flavoured with Madagascan vanilla. Photo shows Lesley Buxton and Vicky Unwin.

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