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Spending big on Thatchers

BLOOD Orange is the flavour of the day at Thatchers, as the cider brand throws marketing weight behind its latest piece of NPD.

Pushing forward post lockdown

CIDER is in a strong position in the off trade. The pandemic may have wreaked havoc on hospitality, but retail value and volume sales are up against pre-pandemic trading.
Thatchers cider bottles

New look for cider range

Thatchers ciders have a new look, thanks to a packaging overhaul for the Somerset cider brand

Thatchers enters alcohol-free

DRY January might be over, but many consumers are choosing to moderate their alcohol intake beyond the first month of the year
Merrydown Original and Dry

A big year for Merrydown

The last year has been a tough one for some cider brands in Scotland, but for SHS Drinks things are going as well as could be hoped north of the border.
Thatchers Rascal new branding, moonlight and fox graphic

Rascal is aiming for dizzy heights

RELEASED just in time for summer, Thatchers has relaunched its Rascal Cider with a brand new look.

Coming up rosé

The 4x440ml can pack is packaged in a recyclable cardboard carry-pack

Cider predicted to sparkle again

UK shoppers spend £1.06bn a year on off sales cider and perry and 12% of that is spent in Scotland, according to the latest...

Quality better than quantity

CONSUMERS are drinking less cider but spending more, with volumes down but the demand for quality up, says Aston Manor Cider. And it says this...

A thank you for the music

Brothers Cider is celebrating its 20th anniversary by adding a twist to one of its existing flavours and launching a brand new one. The company...

Thirst for flavour

THE lighter, sweeter flavours of fruit cider, said to be especially popular with young adults, have helped to spur growth in the overall cider...

Winter cooler

CIDER may often do well in summer but the cider firms are keen to extend sales in spring, autumn and winter too. • Swedish cider Kopparberg...