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Barnhill Apple Juice

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Barnhill Apple Juice
23 Drumanphy Road, Portadown Co Armagh , BT62 1QX
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Naturally cloudy apple juice made directly from whole fruit, with no added preservatives, sweeteners, colourings or water.

Barnhill Apple Juice

Ken Redmond's family have been growing fruit at Barnhill Farm for over a century. 


Barnhill apple juice is a delicious blend of traditional varieties grown, harvested and pressed on the family farm, and the naturally cloudy  apple juice is made directly from whole fruit, with no added preservatives, sweeteners, colourings or water. 


They also make flavoured varieties, and these are made with the juice of other whole fruit such as raspberries, blackcurrants or blackberries. In addition to several apple variations (regular, sharp Bramley apple and Egremont Russet) the flavoured range includes apple & hedgerow blackberry; apple & raspberry; apple & blueberry; apple & elderflower; apple & blackcurrant; apple & cinammon.


Can be purchased direct from the farm and also at St George's Market in Belfast, agricultural shows, craft fairs, farmers markets, and selected shops.


 


 

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