Apples not only taste good, but can do good too. As we turn the wonderous fruit into delicious drinks, we make sure to do so in the best way possible, to benefit the community and the environment.
On our farm
We work hard to preserve Suffolk's biodiversity and ensure our agriculture practices are regenerative. We use rainwater to irrigate our fruitful orchards and press Grade B 'wonky' apples, because it is what's on the inside that matters.
In our factory
No apple goes to waste; leftovers are used to generate electricity, whilst pulp is turned into cattle feed.
In our local community
No bottle of juice goes to waste either; we work with FareShare to ensure that excess Copella bottles are redistributed to charities.
We really are devoted to making apples do good, every step of the way.