North Yorkshire’s Brymor Ice Cream has made a further six-figure investment in its production plant, installing a new pasteuriser to further boost its efficiency, which comes just months after investing to double its annual manufacturing capacity to over 1million litres.

The £100,000 self-funded investment sees installation of plant which is up to 50 per cent more efficient than the outgoing model, saving working hours and energy, which is further complemented by the solar panel installation last year. These investments will help Brymor to significantly reduce its carbon footprint as it works towards net zero.

Sales manager, Heather Wilson said: “Our commitment to continuous innovation and ongoing investment enables us to remain at the forefront of ice cream manufacturing, while also staying true to our heritage.

“This is the latest stage in significant investment across the business, both in production and in the parlour – including the recent addition of a dog exercise area, bringing the cows back for visitors to see, and we have some exciting plans for the coming months.”

Brymor achieved a three star accolade in the 2022 Great Taste Awards for its Amarena Black Cherry Whim Wham, and invested £100,000 in a solar panel installation on its roof to reduce its impact on the environment.

Producing potentially up to 1million litres of ice cream each year, Brymor has earned an enviable reputation and in addition to its parlour which welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, is also stocked in Booths, Waitrose and by many independent retailers, pubs and restaurants.