Cider and apple juice producers urge people to buy local to save the West Country’s orchards

The problem is that demand for apples to be pressed into cider is very low. At Sandford Orchards cider works in Crediton, around half the tanks are still full of last year’s cider because the pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants were closed for months during lockdown and not buying anything.

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