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Aspall Cyder - Cider and Vinegar

The longest-standing Soil Association symbol holders


Date
15th February 2013

Category
1728-2028


Aspall has a nearly 70 year association with the Soil Association and were recently honoured at the Soil Association Conference by Chief Executive, Helen Browning, for being organic pioneers and longest-standing Soil Association symbol holders.

Aspall’s Soil Association accreditation number is 6 and the next closest brand number still in use is into the hundreds! We’re honoured to have received a plaque from the Soil Association to mark this.

In 1946, my grandmother, Perronelle Guild (after whom Perronelle’s Blush is named), was inspired by Lady Eve Balfour to become a founder member of the Soil Association and since that day all the orchards at Aspall have been organic.

In 1946, my grandmother, Perronelle Guild (after whom Perronelle’s Blush is named), was inspired by Lady Eve Balfour to become a founder member of the Soil Association and since that day all the orchards at Aspall have been organic.