Juice maker’s upmarket rebrand
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A premium Suffolk juice maker whose products feature in some of the country’s top hotels and restaurants has adopted a new name and a new look.
Award-winning Maynard House, based at Bradfield Combust, Bury Saint Edmunds, has launched a new label design and range of bottles for its 10 juices.
The brand, formerly known as Maynard House Orchards, has also launched two new products, Vine Tomato juice and Orange & Clementine juice. Cox & Bramley is its best-seller, and it produces single variety apple juices including crisp dry Bramley, sweet Cox’s Orange Pippin, fresh crisp Discovery, heritage variety Kidd’s Orange Red and sweet and nutty-tasting Egremont Russet, as well as blends comprising Apple & Elderflower and Apple & Raspberry.
Owner Clive Williamson, pictured, said the business had responded to feedback and now offers its juices in three easy pour bottle sizes including a carafe-style, single serve and a mini-bar size.
It had teamed up with The Tomato Stall on the Isle of Wight and a citrus fruit grower in Valencia to produce Vine Tomato juice and Orange & Clementine juice, he said.
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“We’ve upgraded our branding to better reflect the quality of what we produce,” he said.
He added: “Moving away from the farm gate looking green bottles, we’ve introduced a new clear glass, distinctively shaped bottle to exhibit the mouth-watering look of our juices.”
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