Folkingtons

CRANBERRY JUICE

Regular price £1.50

Folkington's Cranberry Juice drink is made from the Stevens variety of cranberry grown on the southeastern side of the St Lawrence River, Quebec, Canada. Situated some 500km north of the main N. American cranberry growing regions, Quebec’s cooler climate creates an environment that is less dependent on the use of pesticides while also producing a fruit that is slightly sharper in taste.

- Cranberry Juice drink
- Cranberry grown on the southeastern side of the St Lawrence River, Quebec, Canada
- Producing a fruit that is slightly sharper in taste
- Made in East Sussex

Folkington's Cranberry Juice drink is made from the Stevens variety of cranberry grown on the southeastern side of the St Lawrence River, Quebec, Canada. Situated some 500km north of the main N. American cranberry growing regions, Quebec’s cooler climate creates an environment that is less dependent on the use of pesticides while also producing a fruit that is slightly sharper in taste.

Ingredients:
Water, 19% pure Stevens variety cranberry juice
(not from concentrate), apple and grape syrup.
Naturally sweetened with no added sugar, preservatives or additives

Folkington’s was founded in 2012. The ambition in creating the Folkington’s brand was to replicate the authenticity and provenance that stand behind fine wines (“terroir”) into a range of fruit juices and soft drinks.

Every year, each Folkington’s product is made from the same varieties of fruit sourced from the same farmers, or farming co-operatives. This delivers not just a consistent taste and quality to their products but also helps provide a sustainable income paid back into the communities from which the fruits originate.

To keep their “food miles” down, they source as much as they can from British farms, including their apples, pears, rhubarb, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, cucumber, mint and rosemary, while their Elderflowers grow wild across the English countryside. Their oranges and tomatoes grow in Spain, lemons in Sicily, cranberries in Canada, ginger in Africa and mangos in Colombia.