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Juice made with passion

Coral Tree organic juices Believers in the healing powers and goodness of apple cider vinegar will rejoice in the passion that Kim Baker brings to the production of his apple cider vinegars and juices.

Twenty years ago Kim converted his CoralTree Orchard in Levin to certified organic practice, long before organic produce was in great demand. He uses old world apple varieties and continues to plant rare varieties of apple for future cider vinegars and research.

Oak casks mature the apple cider vinegar, just the way it was done many moons ago. The naturally occurring fermentation process which happens over time gives the vinegar a cloudy or hazy appearance. The vinegar isn’t filtered, leaving all its goodies intact for your benefit. It’s authentic, good and good for you.

CoralTree juices are just as good. Apples are in all of them, but he happily mixes other fruits for different palates. The good news is that, unlike many juices on the market, there is no added water, it’s 100% organic fruit. Pasteurising (heat treatment) preserves the juice naturally, so there’s absolutely nothing added anywhere.
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