Official Sprout Tester

Meet the pretty 19-year-old who NOEL’S all about Britain’s favourite Christmas veg – because she’s an official Brussels sprout tester. Blonde Yasmin Clappison really does reap what she ho ho hos testing some of the 155 million grown on her dad’s 250 acre Yorkshire farm. In total Yasmin and her family produce more than five percent of the UK’s crop of the controversial vegetable with varieties destined for dinner plates this Christmas.

Meet the pretty 19-year-old who NOEL'S all about Britain's favourite Christmas veg - because she's an official Brussels sprout tester. Blonde Yasmin Clappison really does reap what she ho ho hos testing some of the 155 million grown on her dad's 250 acre Yorkshire farm. In total Yasmin and her family produce more than five percent of the UK's crop of the controversial vegetable with varieties destined for dinner plates this Christmas.

Meet the pretty 19-year-old who NOEL'S all about Britain's favourite Christmas veg - because she's an official Brussels sprout tester. Blonde Yasmin Clappison really does reap what she ho ho hos testing some of the 155 million grown on her dad's 250 acre Yorkshire farm. In total Yasmin and her family produce more than five percent of the UK's crop of the controversial vegetable with varieties destined for dinner plates this Christmas.

Meet the pretty 19-year-old who NOEL'S all about Britain's favourite Christmas veg - because she's an official Brussels sprout tester. Blonde Yasmin Clappison really does reap what she ho ho hos testing some of the 155 million grown on her dad's 250 acre Yorkshire farm. In total Yasmin and her family produce more than five percent of the UK's crop of the controversial vegetable with varieties destined for dinner plates this Christmas.

Meet the pretty 19-year-old who NOEL'S all about Britain's favourite Christmas veg - because she's an official Brussels sprout tester. Blonde Yasmin Clappison really does reap what she ho ho hos testing some of the 155 million grown on her dad's 250 acre Yorkshire farm. In total Yasmin and her family produce more than five percent of the UK's crop of the controversial vegetable with varieties destined for dinner plates this Christmas.