Cotswold Food And Drink

Cotswold Food And Drink

Cotswold Food and Drink Company have been established since 1993 and aim to supply high quality, premium products and an excellent service.

- Bottle Green: Started by Gloucestershire based husband and wife team Kit and Shireen Morris in 1989, bottlegreen has been making refreshing, clean crisp flavours for over 21 years. They have always believed in creating the finest and most natural soft drinks possible; blending wonderfully sublime flavours into the most exquisite drinks is their one driving passion.

- Bensons:  Bensons use the finest British apples, which are pressed on their farm using a simple, traditional process which captures all of the juice naturally needing no additives. The farm is on a beautiful old country estate owned by the National Trust right in the heart of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire.  They never add water, sugar, additives or preservatives and only use British apples sourced locally whenever available. Bensons never use concentrates; they only use the best natural ingredients which also makes their products suitable for diabetics.

- Folkingtons:  Folkingtons produces fruit juices that have unique provenance, authenticity and delightful presentation. Their juices are made from particular varieties of fruit that are carefully selected and come from the same growers year on year. Produce is 100% natural and is made from wonderful pure juices (not from concentrated juice) and is free from added sugar and unnecessary artificial additives. Those blessed with a discerning palate as well as a keen eye say they taste as good as they look and look as good as they taste. Distinctively shaped like milk bottles, they’re a great size to grab with a sandwich, take on a picnic or even keep in the fridge for an occasional indulgence.

- Wenlock Spring: Wenlock Spring is a family business which commenced bottling water in 1989 and since this date the central focus has been to produce a high quality premium water, sourced responsibly and packaged in an environmentally conscious way.

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