Food labelling has to be very strict, in that the manufacturers have to declare the order of food that is in the item. For allergy, and health reasons being the main factors.
So why can drinks manufacturers create an alcoholic drink and call it a ‘cider’?
When I saw this post on Dowding’s Cider Blog. it got me thinking. It’s only a matter of time before consumers and legislation demands better labelling for cider. Right?
Did you know that the legal minimum apple juice content to qualify as a cider is only 35%?