Willy’s organic apple cider vinegar is made from 48 varieties of wild apples and contains ‘live mother’ – friendly bacteria that lives in our 300-year-old orchards. We grow, ferment and bottle our ACV on our Herefordshire family farm, resulting in a vinegar that’s good for you and good for the planet.

About Willy’s ACV

Willy’s mission is to help us better understand our gut health and how it affects everything in us, from our mood and mind to our sleep, energy, and blood sugar levels. Willy’s started on a Herefordshire farm in 2014, where the discovery of a 300-year old, live mother (gut-friendly bacteria) inspired them to learn the art of fermenting, using the whole apple to minimise waste. Launching with their famous Apple Cider Vinegar, Willy’s has rapidly expanded to include daily dose shots and healthy drinks. What’s more, they farm the land without a hint of chemicals or artificial fertilisers, encouraging biodiversity to flourish.

About the Range

The Willy’s ‘family’ consists of three ACVs – Original; Turmeric & Eureka Lemon with turmeric, black pepper, honey & lemon; and Fire Cider with horseradish, garlic, onion, freshly ground ginger, turmeric & cayenne pepper. All three enhance health and immunity, and can be used as a condiment to bring your food to life, or taken as a diluted dose to help stabilise blood glucose and boost gut health. Willy’s shots and natural energy drinks offer a a tasty, sugar-free alternative to alcohol. Plus, three excellent sparkling soft drinks with natural fruit juice and the same healthy ACV!

Sustainability

Willy’s practice probiotic agriculture that focuses on creating healthy soil micro-organisms. They do this by farming 100% organically, with no intervention, and by growing a mixed variety of plants. This helps to retain wild yeast and preserve the soil structure, which in turn supports a diverse range of beneficial bacteria.

Their farm is home to honeybees who pollinate apple trees, and the flowers and plants around the farm. Willy’s plant a wide variety of wild flowers and herbs in spring to attract lots of insects, and their orchards are home to many bird species that help them to control pests.

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