Longleat Safari Park uses Jersey Gold Ice Cream Mix

This summer Jersey Dairy’s Jersey Gold Ice Cream Mix is being sold at Longleat Safari Park.

Longleat Safari and Adventure Park in Wiltshire, England, is the UK’s number 1 Safari Park. In 1966, Longleat launched the first drive-through safari park outside of Africa. Today it’s one of Britain’s most iconic and popular family attractions, annually attracting around a million visitors with its unique mix of magical wildlife encounters where lions roam, tigers stalk and monkeys swing. Longleat’s rich history, astonishing family experiences and year-round programme of immersive events and festivals makes for unforgettable family fun just waiting to be discovered.

Jersey Dairy are proud to announce that they are now supplying Longleat with their Jersey Gold ice cream mix made with Jersey milk from pedigree Jersey cows. Jersey Gold ice cream is being sold in two locations on site, the Longleat Donut and Ice cream kiosk, as well as the Longleat ice cream trailer. Andy Hay, Food & Beverage Product Manager at Longleat stated “Sales are going very well and hopefully will increase as we get into the summer months”.

Longleat Safari Park made the change to Jersey Gold this year not only because of the ice creams rich creamy taste, but because of the free from palm oil labelling. Longleat have made a promise to source palm oil free items where possible without limiting their offers to visitors, where this isn’t possible they will only source products containing sustainable & certified. Jersey Dairy is extremely pleased to state that all of their Jersey branded products are palm oil free – the Jersey Gold mix using coconut oil as the alternative. The production of palm oil destroys rainforests and biodiversity. Jersey Dairy are delighted that Longleat Safari Park have decided to use their ice cream mix and look forward to a prosperous relationship moving forward.