The Good Food Producers Guide 2010 by Rose Prince
"Usually when ice cream is made on a farm it is because it is a dairy farm, but in this case it is the soft fruit grown by the Hardinghams family that is the important factor. You can come here to buy fruit or pick your own, but also to buy the fruit cream ice, so called because it has more fruit than anything else in the pot. It is also, uniquely, free from any additives such as fillers and gums. It is shocking how many 'artisan' ice cream makers use skimmed milk etc.
The business is now run by Stephany, Nick & Joan Hardingham's savvy daughter, and you can buy the ices in a number of outlets (contact for details)"