Squeezin’ and deliverin’ Scotland’s best juice.

By | Oct 19, 2011

Started 15 years ago in a small coffee shop in St. Andrews with a small fruit juice machine, some oranges, and a cup – Get Juiced is now providing some of Scotland’s top hotels and restaurants with top quality juice, smoothies and yogurt drinks.

Get Juiced manufactures and sell a range of fresh squeezed citrus juices, fresh fruit smoothies and fresh yoghurt smoothies produced near Stirling in Scotland. According to the Get Juiced web site they “simply squeeze, shake and mix fruits and juices, using Scottish produce where possible, and deliver immediately to ensure that products are as fresh as it gets!”

With an initial focus on the restaurant and hotel trade Get Juiced is now getting noticed by the retail sector. They have a wide range of attractive products which focus on the ’5 a day’ message and deliver a quality product containing the freshest possible product.

So, if you serve freshly squeezed orange or apple juice or fruit smoothies as part of your Great Scottish Breakfast, there’s now an opportunity to ensure even these are produced in Scotland.

Further details from Paddy Ryan – email: paddy@getjuiced.co.uk

http://www.getjuiced.co.uk

Product Range includes:
Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice, Freshly Squeezed Pink Grapefruit Juice, Freshly Squeezed Lime Juice, Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice, Freshly Pressed Apple Juice, Apple and Raspberry Fresh Fruit Smoothie, and more>>

1 Comment so far
  1. Helen October 12, 2015 12:53 pm

    We farm in Angus and have grown a small amount i.e. 1/4 o f an ace of beetroot as an experiment. It has grown nicely without any chemical sprays but as it is not on organic land could not be called organic. Would you be interested in any?

    We grow and have potato washing and grading equipment so beets could potentially be washed pre delivery.

    Please let me know if this is of interest.

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