Radnor Hills launches its first online shop for consumers

Award winning water and soft drinks manufacturer Radnor Hills has opened its first online shop for its consumers.

The secure online shop offers Radnor’s range of delicious soft drinks at a click of a button which can all be delivered with free UK mainland shipping.

The spring water used to create the drinks is sourced from the company’s family farm in Powys, mid Wales.

Radnor Hills was founded in Powys, mid Wales in 1990 and produces a million bottles of soft drinks every day.

Started in 1990 by fifth generation farmer William Watkins, the business has grown into an international range of soft drinks and water products..

Today the company employs 170 people and is a £47 million business.

The range available to buy from the shop includes:

Radnor Plus Energy: This new lightly sparkling water drink comes in two flavours: Lemon & Lime and Cranberry & Raspberry. Each 500ml bottle is naturally boosted with seven B vitamins which help the body to release energy and 70mg of natural caffeine – around the same kick as a cup of coffee but with the added advantage of refreshing hydration too. 12 bottles cost £18.

Children’s Lunch Box Drinks: Choose from Radnor’s market leading school compliant drinks range – Radnor Fizz and Radnor Fruits – which are made with natural colours and flavourings, no added sugar and are 100% school compliant. Prices range from £16.20 – £17.52.

Heartsease Farm: Radnor’s great taste award-winning range of sparkling premium pressés made with Welsh spring water from the family farm come in seven flavours. They use the best available, natural ingredients and real fruit juices including the finest Sicilian lemons in their delicious Traditional Lemonade and blackcurrants sourced in Herefordshire for their British Blackcurrant Crush. 12 bottles cost £15.48.

Radnor Hills Still Spring Water: Radnor’s pure, refreshing spring water is well balanced and rich in trace minerals. It’s extracted far underground and packed at source on site in Powys, mid-Wales. The water can often take just 7 minutes from extraction into packs which means it remains exceptionally pure. 24 bottles cost £13.46.

William Watkins, Owner and Managing Director of Radnor Hills, said: “We are delighted to open our first online shop for the general public to purchase our products by the case.

“This is a first for us as we previously only ever supplied B2B customers.”

Look out for seasonal deals on products and promotions with special offer codes.

www.radnorhills.co.uk/shop

About Radnor Hills

Started in 1990 by fifth generation farmer William Watkins, the business has grown into an international range of soft drinks and water products. The Watkins family have farmed the land at Heartsease Farm in Powys, Mid Wales, since 1903 and all the spring water for the company’s products is sourced from 12 boreholes on their land.

William founded Radnor Hills with the help of a Welsh Government match-funding grant for farm diversification and a £20,000 family investment. Early customers included McDonald’s and a number of airlines. Today the company employs 170 people and is a £47 million business.

It was placed at number 49 in the 18th annual Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100 and was also identified as one of London Stock Exchange Group’s 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain. The report is a celebration of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses.

Radnor Hills is working with suppliers, government bodies and trade associations to increase the level of recycled plastic that is available. They recently introduced 51% recycled plastic material into their bottles and achieve zero to landfill on all of their waste. The company has had the support of Welsh Government and its Business Wales Accelerated Growth Programme, developed to support ambitious businesses in Wales to fulfil their high growth potential.

www.radnorhills.co.uk

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