British Fruit Juice Association

British Fruit Juice Association
Shoelands House
Seale
Farnham
Surrey
GU10 1HL
UK
Website: www.bfja.org

The British Fruit Juice Association (BFJA) is a trade organisation with a long and established history. It was founded by Churchill's Ministry of Food in 1941 to ensure adequate supplies of high quality fruit juices as a response to government concerns that there was an insufficient supply of citrus fruit.
The organisation has evolved considerably. It now consists of fruit juice importers, contract packers, transport and storage professionals, blenders, fruit and vegetable processors, category managers, new product developers, distributors and juice creators. represent businesses working in the fruit juice industry that are both large, small and anything in-between including a number of start-ups.
The BFJA provides a focal point for knowledge-sharing, networking, up-skilling and resource-sharing amongst businesses working in the fruit juice industry.
We have approximately 60 members and work closely with our sister organisations, the British Soft Drinks Association (BSDA) and the European Fruit Juice Association (AIJN).
To find out more about our organisation and for information about how to become a member, please contact: hello@bfja.org

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