Ice Delite helps you learn how to make ice cream with our unique concept for farmers in Europe. If you are a dairy farmer or fruit grower, you can expand your business with high-quality ice cream products. Become one of our partners to learn how to make the most delicious ice cream and sell it locally to a broad target audience.
Why would you learn how to make your own ice cream?
Learning how to make ice cream is a valuable asset for your dairy or fruit company. With this diversification of your business, you can earn more profit and benefit of a second pillar idea that helps you have a steady income. We provide you with anything you need to learn how to make your own ice cream, from marketing training and resources to specialised ice cream machines. Therefore, you will surely be able to supply your own customers as well as restaurants and supermarkets, for example, with tasty Farmhouse Ice Cream to enjoy.
Discover how we support you and your company
As you see, with our help, it becomes easy to learn how to make your own ice cream and boost your income. Are curious as to how we support you and do you want to know more about producing ice cream on your own farm? Contact us today and fill out our contact form for more information.
What our customers say about Farmhouse ice cream
We only use natural ingredients
In 2010 we opened our farm café. Farmhouse Ice cream is made of milk and cream from our own cows. We only use natural ingredients and our sorbets are made with fresh fruit. We have a separate production room that complies with HACCP standard.
9 restaurants within 2 weeks
Within the first two weeks after we started marketing, we already welcomed 9 restaurants as customers. Since then the number is growing fast. Meanwhile our Farmhouse Ice cream is also sold in some super markets. Our farm is in an isolated location and we are happy that this difficult situation is no obstacle for successful marketing.
I was instantly enthusiastic
I saw an advertisement of the Dutch company in the newspaper. During my trip to the Netherlands to collect my award for ‘young farmer of the year’, I decided to contact that company. I saw the equipment and the production and returned to Waterford (Ireland) with endless enthusiasm. Baldwin’s Farmhouse Ice cream was born.