Ashill Fruit Farm produces commemorative Jubilee Juice

A mid Norfolk fruit farm has produced an apple juice to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

Ashill Fruit Farm, between Watton and Swaffham, run by Philip Reed, from Wymondham, has made the drink out of Queen Cox apples, which have grown on the 20 acre site for 23 years.

'The juice is very popular,' said Sharon Revell, Mr Reed's partner.

All the apples for the natural, cloudy juice are hand-picked and pasteurised on the family farm, which also grows pears, plums and other soft fruit.

The Jubilee Juice - normally called Norfolk Pure Apple Juice - costs �2.50 for a 750ml bottle from the Ashill Fruit Farm shop, which is open from 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday.

It is also sold at farmer's markets at Aylsham, Fakenham, Dereham, Great Hockham, Swaffham, Wymondham, Watton, and Ely and Histon in Cambridgeshire.

The juice is also sold at several restaurants and farm shops across Norfolk, including CocCoes deli, in Swaffham, and the Elveden shop, near Thetford.

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For more information about the Jubilee Juice, visit or ring 01760 440050.

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