Our Story so Far

We started out with a lot of apple trees, 30 years ago. and we’ve been pressing fruit ever since.

Our head chef is Mother Nature herself.
She provides the fruit we press into all our drinks, to create flavors inspired by the tastes and smells of summer past.

IT’S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE

We harvest the best fruit while it’s brimming with flavor

We press it and blend
No need to add sugars or sweeteners

To make our drinks in cans

Soda made good

We miss the days when a soda meant a lunch break, a baking hot day, time off and time to kick back.

When drinking a can of pop was always ‘oo, that’d be nice’.

At Cawston Press we want to get some of that back: what if we could put it all in a can, but without the sugar that gave soda its bad name?

So we did.

 

Every can of Cawston is pressed fruit and a little fizz.

The sweetness comes from the pressed fruit, nothing else. No sugar, no sugar substitutes, no shortcuts.

We know if we use good ingredients, we can make great drinks in a can.

We’re showing the rest of the soft drinks world how it should be done.

BETTER ALL ROUND

GOOD INGREDIENTS
We believe natural is best. So we only use pressed fruit, not concentrates. We shun sugars substitutes, colors, preservatives and other nasties. And we keep our ingredients list as clean as possible, using things you’d find in your kitchen or garden.

GOOD BEHAVIOUR
We’re constantly trying to solve the conundrum of packaging. At the moment we use 100% recyclable cans. We know there is more that we can do, so we’ll never stop looking for better, greener ways to do things.

GOOD NEIGHBOURS
We may still be small(ish) but we can still be a force for good in the world. We donate lots of drinks to good causes and local charities. And we give all our employees time off to dedicate to causes close to their hearts.

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