Aston Manor Cider was pleased to host representatives from the Bank of England and its deputy governor Sir Jon Cunliffe at their production facility in Birmingham.
Gordon Johncox, the chief executive of Aston Manor Cider, gave a tour of the state-of-the-art site on Thimble Mill Lane.
The facility has undergone significant development over the last few years as part of the £30 million investment programme across the business – a clear signal of Aston Manor’s commitment to the local region and producing products of the highest quality.
The production site is also recognised by BRC Global Standard as one of the best facilities in the alcohol industry, achieving the top AA+ accreditation.
Sir Jon Cunliffe was also given an overview of Aston Manor’s commitment to sustainability. This has enabled the cider maker to embark on alcohol industry leading initiatives - such as introducing 51% recycled content in their PET packaging.
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