The three drinks: Gold Cider, Blush Cider and Alcoholic Ginger Beer is available to the on-trade in can form.
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Cornish Orchards managing director Andy Atkinson outlined how and why cans are beneficial to operators above glass bottles.
Real benefits to the trade
He said: “These new, eye-catching cans are a perfect addition to our range.
“They are easily recyclable and very light to carry, making them great for festivals, barbecues and picnics.
“Cans offer real benefits for our trade customers too because they chill down quicker than glass and take up less space but, more importantly, they taste delicious.”
London brewer and pub operator Fuller’s acquired the brand back in 2013 for a reported £3.8m.
Chief executive Simon Emeny said: “Our investment in Cornish Orchards continues to deliver and we are ahead of our investment plan.
“The cider is well-received by consumers, volumes have increased and we have gained new listings. It also provides a valuable addition to our premium portfolio.”