Radnor Hills attended the Salon International de l’Agroalimentaire (SIAL) tradeshow in Paris last week, to launch its premium Heartsease Farm pressé range and were thrilled to welcome Rebecca Evans, Welsh Assembly Deputy Minister for Farming & Food.
The SIAL is the largest exhibition of food innovation in the world, dedicated to the agri-food industry, food retail and both institutional and commercial catering.
Radnor Hills were delighted with the response to its new range of premium drinks that they received from customers from all over the world; including Europe, China, the Middle East and Russia. Over 1000 trade visitors tasted the Heartsease Farm products and gave very positive comments.
Penny Butler, who is in charge of Export Sales for the company, said “Yet again, we have had a very successful SIAL tradeshow. I am confident that our attendance at this year’s event will lead to long standing and profitable business in the near future.”
Worldwide export sales currently account for approximately 12% of the Company’s annual sales turnover and form a very important part of the Radnor Hills business.
The Heartsease Farm brand is a range of delightful pressé drinks made with natural ingredients sourced from around the countryside. These are blended with Welsh spring water, to traditional British recipes, to create the following six flavours: Fiery Ginger Beer, Elderflower Pressé, Raspberry Lemonade, British Blackcurrant Crush, St. Clements’ Pressé and Traditional Lemonade. Heartsease Farm is available in a Single Serve 330ml glass bottle as well as a larger 750ml table sized bottle for sharing with friends. There is also, uniquely, a plastic (425ml) Single Serve bottle.