Sunday, August 4, 2013

Cider Sunday - A Week in Review

In this weeks Cider News things are moving along well here in Australia. We have a great local news story about Neville Mock in the Mornington Peninsula, some great news for the guys at Rebello known for their Cheeky Rascal brand of cider and finally, it is great to see that Tasmania will soon be home to a new cider trail. 

Please click on each link to read the full article.


Australia

Mock Red Hill cider whets appetite - The Weekly Times


AN ORCHARDIST gets ahead of his competitors with new methods, writes SARAH HUDSON


Rebello cider gets national distribution  - The Shout

Rebello's Cheeky Rascal cider has signed a distribution agreement with Westons World Brands.



Cider maker Mark Robertson says funding of a cider trail will help complete the Tasmanian visitor experience - Sally Dakis - ABC Rural
The Tasmanian cider industry is one of the beneficiaries of the Federal government Economic Diversification package.

United Kingdom

Drinks: Craft Cider  - The Guardian


U.S.A

Innovation in Flavours Drives Demand for Cider, According to a New Report Global Industry Analysts Inc. - PR WEB

GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on Cider markets. Global market for Cider is projected to reach US$11.2 billion by 2018, driven by innovation in flavors, increasing consumption among women, and strong growth in non-traditional markets.



Have you discovered a new cider this week? If so please share it with us below.



0 comments:

Post a Comment