Garden Cider Co adds blueberry variant from donated fruit

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Garden Cider Company

The brand gets its fruit from over 4,000 households, which receive cider in return

Surrey’s ethical cider brand The Garden Cider Company, which makes its drinks from locally donated fruit, has added a blueberry variant.

The 4% abv drink, which brings the brand’s range to seven, rolled out this week in a 500ml bottle (rsp: £2.20).

Listings are yet to be secured, but The Garden Cider Company other drinks are in Tesco, Waitrose and Nisa stores.

The brand gets its fruit from over 4,000 households, which receive cider in return.

This allows the business, which recently expanded its bottling plant, “to take an abundant, largely wasted natural resource and turn it into a sustainable, ethical, quality product”.

Read more: M&S launches beers and ales made from surplus sandwich bread

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