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Radnor partners with The Pink Ribbon Foundation to support breast cancer charities

04/08/2021 – Beverages / Heartsease Farm / Radnor Hills / Sparkling Presse / Pink Ribbon Foundation / Charity

Radnor partners with The Pink Ribbon Foundation to support breast cancer charities

Heartsease Farm, the award-winning range of sparkling pressés made with Radnorshire spring water, has partnered with The Pink Ribbon Foundation to support breast cancer charities and families battling cancer around the UK.

A portion of every bottle sold of Heartsease Farm’s Raspberry Lemonade will be donated to the Foundation.

The Heartsease Farm premium pressé range is made in Wales by Radnor Hills – one of the UK’s leading soft drink manufacturers.

A passion for great flavours

Heartsease Farm is the name of the family farm in Powys, mid-Wales, from where the spring water is sourced. State-of-the-art technology is used to extract the water, which is rich in trace minerals, from below the ground – and all products are bottled and canned at source on the farm.

The drinks, made to traditional British recipes, reflect the heritage of the farm and the company’s passion for great flavours. Heartsease Farm Raspberry Lemonade is available in a recyclable glass bottle or infinitely recyclable can.

Each glass bottle of award-winning Heartsease Farm Raspberry Lemonade contains a blend of hand-picked British raspberries grown on Red Tractor assured farms.

A passion for great causes

William Watkins, Founder and Managing Director of Radnor Hills, said: “We are incredibly proud to be supporting the brilliant work that The Pink Ribbon Foundation carries out to support breast cancer charities and families going through breast cancer.

“We will be donating a portion of the profits from Heartsease Farm Raspberry Lemonade to the Foundation.

“One in eight women get breast cancer – within our family we’ve got a history of it as well, and sadly that’s far from unique.”

The Pink Ribbon Foundation’s vital funding

Breast cancer is the fourth most common cause of cancer death in the UK and a leading cause of death in women under 50. Around 55,000 women and 370 men are diagnosed with breast cancer every year in the UK.

Breast cancer survival is improving and has doubled in the past 40 years due to a combination of improvements in treatment and care, earlier detection through screening and a focus on targets, including faster diagnosis.

The Pink Ribbon Foundation (Reg. Charity No. 1080839) is a grant-making trust with a mission to fund projects and provide financial support to UK charities that relieve the needs of people who are suffering from, or who have been affected by, breast cancer – or those who work to advance the understanding of breast cancer, its early detection and treatment.

Get in touch

More information on Heartsease Farm  and Radnor Hills can be found HERE, or follow the company on Facebook (HeartseaseFarm1), Instagram (@Heartsease_Farm), and Twitter (@HeartseaseFm)

More information on The Pink Ribbon Foundation’s work can he found HERE, or follow the charity on Facebook (@PinkRibbonFoundation), Twitter (@pinkribbonfound), or Instagram (@pinkribbonfoundation)

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