Æcorn Dry White, Non-Alcoholic Spritz 50cl

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Æcorn Dry White, Non-Alcoholic Spritz 50cl

Æcorn Dry White, Non-Alcoholic Spritz 50cl

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Distillers are honing new skills as the no-alcohol category develops, with impressive results. The 14 bottles below are worth seeking out now – but there will no doubt be more exciting products to choose from in the future… The best alcohol-free spirits for Dry January

The world’s first zero-abv distilled spirit, Seedlip was inspired by a book of 17th-century herbal remedies. The different botanical expressions should appeal to lovers of spicy, citrus or herbal gins. Clove-laced Spice 94 was the first launch, followed by Garden 108 and lemony Grove 42. Garden, with its notes of thyme, sage and pea pods, gives a fresh, herbal-edged drink with a crisp finish perfect for summer sipping. Alc 0% The increasing use of pesticides, antibiotic residue awareness, cow welfare and the ‘horsemeat-gate’ scandal have all led to greater demand than ever for the Acorn Dairy range of organic products. Today, consumers across a wide part of the UK can benefit from doorstep deliveries, thanks to our network of distributors. Acorn Dairy products are also available direct from the following regional retail & organic home delivery providers: The Tweddle family has been farming at Archdeacon Newton, near Darlington, since 1928 and today, four generations later, we are still heavily involved in dairy farming. You could say it’s in our blood!

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Acorn Dairy creates its own products from its low-carbon, organic farm in Archdeacon Newton, near Darlington. New London Light is flash-pasteurised (heated to about 85°C for 30 seconds) ‘to make sure that the liquid is completely pure without any impairment to the flavour’. This means that bottles can keep for six months after opening. The milk we bottle for you will come from cows who have never received antibiotic treatments. Antibiotics are only used when necessary and if this is the case, the cow’s milk is withdrawn from customer consumption entirely and will be fed to our calves. This ‘zero antibiotic’ status was achieved in 2020. Antibiotic resistance is a growing concern for all and this farming standard at Acorn Dairy reassures our customers, who are choose our milk, because they feel it is healthier for them. You’ve got to be very conscious about preservation and about any kind of impurity or microbiological infiltration in the liquid,’ says Howard Davies, co-founder of Salcombe Distilling Co, the maker of New London Light, a no-alcohol alternative to London Dry gin.

The ranking is the latest highlight for the northern, organic dairy, which last year won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for sustainable development.By offering Acorn’s quality products, customers have remained loyal to Organic Dales. The milk is a favourite of many of Leeds’ top cafés due to its great taste and ability to froth, while the butter is an essential cooking and baking ingredient in any kitchen. All in all, it is a pleasure to endorse and supply produce from an award-winning organic dairy in the North!” The dairy was ranked 4 th out of a total of 50 butters, plant spreads and margarines, a result Caroline attributes to the firm’s commitment to organic standards on its farms in Yorkshire and Durham, and getting food from field to fridge in the best way possible for the environment, land and animals. Since then the family with the support from a fantastic team around them, have revived the tradition of doorstep to local towns and villages as well as wholesale delivery across the North of England, with organic milk and cream and other complementary produce from Acorn Dairy. Acorn’s 500-strong herd of predominantly shorthorn cross breeds offers a natural rate of milk production which is less than in an intensive farming system, allowing the cows to live longer, happier and healthier lives. She added: “It is no surprise that if we feed the best, organic forage with clover & herbs to our Dairy Shorthorns, the cream in their milk will churn to fantastic butter.

Customers Denise and Ricard Rudkin, of Darlington, said the visit had been a very positive experience. It is still cut with a cheese wire and then placed on the wrapper, and with some clever folding, the compostable wrap encompasses the butter roll and gives an air-tight seal.In 1998, as public awareness of the quality and traceability of the food we eat became more vocal, we decided to convert Garthorne Farm (360 acres) at Archdeacon Newton to Soil Association organic status.

Compassion for animals extends to the farm as a whole and Acorn Dairy has created a thriving wetland for flora and fauna, birds and small mammals. It’s not easy to convince the UK’s supermarket giants to add a new range of products to their shelves, yet you’ll find Acorn Dairy organic products at both Morrisons and Waitrose locally and at a growing number of shops and stores across the North of England. From the glowing reports from customers across Yorkshire and the northern counties, it seems more and more people love to support their local Acorn Dairy brand. Areas covered At a time when everyone is hoping to reduce their individual footprint, it is wonderful to be recommended by ethical and sustainable bodies.” Graham said the wetlands at Bogglehole were planted with varieties to provide plenty of food for birds in the winter. The vegetation grew to a height of 3.5ft before toppling over when it provided shelter for small mammals. Hedges were left until March before being cut. He told visitors that the 50kW wind turbine and 50kW solar panels provided the power for the parlour and processing plant, and being based on the farm reduced food miles. Reusable glass bottles were offered cut down on plastics.

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The wrap will simply go in with customers vegetable or garden waste and compost down with access to moisture & air, ultimately becoming soil after passing through a friendly worm!” Caroline said: “The butter brand range reviewed was significant in scale and included smaller producers such as ourselves, international brands and supermarket own-branded dairy butter and plant-based spreads.



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