Coldpress takes another positive stride forward in March 2021 with the launch of its award-winning (World Innovation Awards) Cherry & Apple HPP juice with added benefits (750ml) in 270 Waitrose stores.
For the all deserved plaudits that Coldpress has deservedly secured over the years for its single orchard apple juices (Pink Lady & Golden Delicious) with their deliciously distinct YET discreet flavour notes and luxuriously full-bodied smoothies, it’s reassuring to
March ‘20 sees Coldpress take its next meaningful step in its ‘range renaissance,’ with Ocado ,Nisa and a nationwide network of independent serving wholesalers listing its Cloudy Golden Delicious.
Coldpress is enjoying a staggering uplift in its smoothie sales courtesy of new 2020 listings which include Carrefour (France) , El Corte Ingles (Spain) and a leading UK discounter whose customers have all bought into the extensive makeover that Coldpress
Coldpress’s fruity renaissance gathers extra momentum this October with the arrival of a ‘punchy’ Cherry & Apple 250ml (with fortified vitamins)that will do its utmost to help ‘fine juice enthusiasts’ banish their wintery blues courtesy of crisp yet tangy flavour
After a self-imposed period of ‘quiet, thoughtful reflection,’ Coldpress the UK’s original poster boy for superior quality HPP (high pressure processing) juices returns to the premium juice frontline courtesy of a 200 store Co-op listing for its two category-changing ‘SUPER
Coldpress Foods has just taken yet another significant stride in its ongoing mission to reinvigorate the UK’s rapidly evolving chilled juice market by announcing a welcome alliance with Odexia, an influential investor in ‘game-changing’ emerging brands and Marechale Capital, a
As the leading light within the UK’s ‘heat free’ movement Coldpress has spent the last 12 months reinforcing its role as the category pacesetter within ‘nutritiously dense’ juices. This March sees Coldpress expand its ‘cold pressure’ portfolio yet further with a
The real joy with cold pressure is that its ‘sound thinking’ applies to all fields of food and drink and although Coldpress claims it stands tall as a proud, British-born business that first made its name in smoothies and juices,