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Josie Hanuska, 16, and her father Lubosh Hanuska,
from The Daily Scoop ice-cream shop which has won
medals in the Sydney Royal Dairy Produce Show.
ABORDER ice-cream shop
has scooped up four silver
medals at one of Australia's
most prestigious and
competitive events on the
dairy show calendar.
The Daily Scoop brought home medals
for its vanilla, chocolate, mocha and mango
Owner Lubosh Hanuska said judging
was very tough this year at the Sydney
Royal Cheese and Dairy Produce Show.
"Judging must have been strict this year
as the number of gold medals handed out
was a lot lower than last year, while the
number of entrants seems to have gone
up," he said.
However, Mr Hanuska said it was an
honour to receive the award and that all the
hard work and long hours had paid off.
"Apart from the classic flavours of vanilla
and chocolate which have their own separate
product classes, each year we select those
popular with customers," he said.
The store was up against competitors
from major centres.
The store produces traditional European
ice-cream and sorbet from its premises in
Stanley Street, Wodonga.
Mr Hanuska entered his ice-cream in the
show last year for the first time and picked
up gold for his banana ice-cream and a
silver for macadamia and cafe latte.
"We improved our vanilla flavour this year
to a medal standard after missing out by a
small margin last year," Mr Hanuska said.
"We also entered a new flavour called
tastes like snickers, which is a popular
"The judges were very tough, we will
have to tweak it and enter it again next
Mr Hanuska said there would always
be a place for shops selling hand-made
"It's just like coffee, people make it
at home but the coffee shops don't go
broke," he said.
Mr Hanuska opened the business with
his wife, Jenny, in 2007.
The couple use a traditional Balkan
recipe to create all their ice-creams which
are all low fat and contain less than six per
cent of fat.
Store-bought ice-cream contains 12 per
cent of fat or more.
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