A new naturally pink apple juice has been produced by Cuddybridge Apple Juice to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.

The juice is created using the juice of the Discovery apple. Discovery is one of the earliest new season apples and is marked by a sharp, fresh taste. The flesh of the fruit is flecked with red, creating the unusual pink-coloured juice. The colour in the flesh lasts only for around six weeks, making this a truly seasonal juice.

10p from the sale of each bottle of Discovery Apple Juice sold in October will be donated to Breast Cancer Care in recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Based in Innerleithen in the Scottish Borders, Cuddybridge Apple Juice is hand produced in small batches by Graham Stoddart and his wife who jointly run the company. It is free from flavourings, colourings, stabilisers and has no added water.

Graham Stoddart said: “Cuddybridge Apple Juice is very simply a pressed apple and our new pink Discover Apple Juice is delicious. Its tangy, clean taste is really refreshing and I’m delighted that it comes into season just in time to mark National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.”

The company also produce Braeburn, Pink Lady and Granny Smith varieties in 330ml or 750ml bottles and an Apple and Sea Buckthorn juice in a 250ml bottle. The apple juice is available in a range of independent retailers, bars and restaurants across Scotland.

Cuddybridge Apple Juice was started in 2007 and has gone on to win numerous awards including two stars at the Great Taste awards, the Foodservice and Retail Product (non-alcoholic drink) categories at the Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards in 2012 and 2014 respectively. Cuddybridge Apple Juice also has approved supplier status from the Sustainable Restaurant Association.

For more information on Cuddybridge Apple Juice visit www.cuddybridgeapplejuice.com.

Gillian Hamilton, Community Fundraising Manager for Breast Cancer Care Scotland said: “We’re delighted that Cuddybridge Apple Juice have chosen to support Breast Cancer Care throughout October with their tasty pink apple juice. Their support will mean we can be there for everyone facing breast cancer from day one.”

Funds raised throughout October mean Breast Cancer Care can provide its specialist nurses, local services and vital emotional support network for free to those who need it. For more information on Breast Cancer Care, visit www.breastcancercare.org.uk.

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