We sell our farm pressed apple juices to wholesale customers and retailers throughout the Westcountry. If you wish to become a stockist, please get in touch with Jonathan 07778 894546.
Existing Wholesale Customers can order by clicking here.
All our class 1 dessert apples and pears are marketed through our grower owned co-operative, Wye Fruit Ltd. We haven’t operated our own pack house since the 1970’s and regret that we can no longer supply local greengrocers. We can service small orders from our farm shop and when in season, you can occasionally find our fruit on Somerset Local Food Direct.
All our Cider apples are under contract to C&C and are pressed at the Shepton Mallett Cider Mill.
Make use of your own surplus apple crop. We can press and bottle juice made from your own apples. See what we can offer and how much it might cost by clicking here.
We offer a juice pressing service and can supply fresh juice in 220ltr, 600ltr or 1000ltr containers filled with juice pressed from your own apples or 2nd class apples that we have grown on our own farm. Please call Jonathan on 07778 894546 if you are interested in this service.
What do we produce
Apple and Pear Juices
Apple Cider Vinegar
land first purchased
first dessert orchards
first farm shop
first milk vending
Our apples, pears and cider fruit that are grown on the farm are transported at harvest to their final destination. Dessert fruit that is destined for retail sale is delivered to Wye Fruit Ltd in Herefordshire and Cider apples are taken to Shepton Mallett for pressing and evaporation, ready for storage and then being made into cider. This is why we are no longer able to wholesale apples from the farm.
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