Bradley’s is a family run business, producing outstanding English juices at Box Bush farm in rural Somerset, specialising in producing a single variety apple juice using the very best handpicked apples. The juice is made in small batches and pressed at the family farm using traditional methods of production. Alongside the production of their apple juices, Bradley’s produce a range of mixed fruit and organic juices as well as their popular Quench range of quaffable sparkling drinks and juices using the highest quality of fruits.
Miles Bradley moved out of London with his family and bought a house with some land in the countryside. His wife told him he wasn’t allowed to retire so he started a vegetable box business and started to include Bradley’s Apple Juice in the boxes. The juice proved to be more popular than the boxes, so the boxes were disregarded, and Bradley’s Juice was created! Miles originally spent a lot of time at many different farmers markets through Somerset with his single variety apple juice (even supplying Nicholas Cage!) However, Apple Juice is very seasonal so in the summer months he started making the Quench Range – soft drinks made from natural fruit juices. He has gradually grown the business over the last 8 years to become what it is now – a multi award winning, family run, premium juice and soft drinks producer!
Bradley’s believe in only using the best quality ingredients, only ever using real fruit juices – NEVER from concentrate and making sure they are as environmentally friendly as possible. They currently recycle around 98% of all waste on the farm – including giving the fruit pomace (what’s left over when you are finished pressing apples) to local farmers to feed their cows and working with a local company who are investigating drying it out and reintroducing it in to the food chain! Bradley’s only bottle in glass bottles which are recyclable, and the green bottles used are already made from recycled glass. They are big supporters of local business and local growers – sourcing all of their apples from the South West, many sourced from local farmers.