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Teens whip up ice cream success

3 February 2014 Last updated at 19:50 GMT

Two teenagers from Barnsley who set up their own business in November making artisan ice cream with the help of a youth enterprise scheme have said they are already selling twice the amount they predicted.

Ali and Will English set up Pastures Moo in conjunction with Rotherham Youth Enterprise Scheme.

The brothers have even travelled to Italy to learn from gelato experts and are selling about 120 litres a week.

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