Delicious, crisp, fruit and vegetable juices
I first heard of Cawston Press when I was at a food expo in Devon back in February. Then I was pleased with how friendly the staff on the stand were, and the free samples of rhubarb fizz they were handing out. I’m not one of these pushy people at food fayres, trying to get loads of shit for free. I prefer people to want to spend time chatting; people who are polite irrespective of what they might gain from it. Cawston Press: you should be proud of your public facing staff!
So impressed was I that, despite not being able to remember their name, I searched the entire brochure of the expo several times over to find their name and look at the website! I’ll even confess that there may have been a small part of me hoping their website clearly showed a need for a creative copywriter. However, when I saw how well put together it was,and that they’d teamed up with Eric ‘Hungry Caterpillar’ Carle, my dreams of being their writer dissipated.
But the memory of the tart rhubarb did not.
So, when TB were asked if we wanted to try some of their juices, and after a few days of gastro-bingeing, I was really looking forward to getting some juice in my diet.
There are three juice blends to choose from, and they sent me all three to try.