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Fresh fruit juices and traditional lemonade and ginger from drinks producers such as Gran Stead's of Mile Oak – there are so many delightful soft drinks available in Sussex and we help you seek them out.

Find Drinks Soft Local in Sussex.

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  • Charlie's Farm Shop, Pulborough in
  • Charlie's Farm Shop sells their own produce from their traditional working Sussex farm, from meat to dairy products plus other local produce

  • Edgcumbes Tea and Coffee Co in
  • Roasting and blending since 1981, Edgcumbes Coffee Roasters & Tea Merchants have been supplying the UK's independent café scene for 40 years from their Sussex roastery. Visit their award-winning EDGE Café too!

  • Ringden Farm, Etchingham in
  • Homegrown fruit and award-winning juices made in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

  • Rushfields Farm Shop, Poynings in
  • Farm shop stocked full with locally produced food and drink, along with their own award winning pies, sausages and sausage rolls

  • Spring Barn Farm in
  • Farm shop in Lewes stocked full of Sussex produce, with restaurant, children's play area and campsite

  • Bluebell Vineyard Estates, Furners Green in
  • Bluebell Vineyard Estates is situated in the beautiful South Downs National Park, Sussex. Specialising in English Sparkling wines made from the traditional Champagne varietals of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.

  • Folkington's, Arlington in
  • Producer of natural fruit juices, using Sussex and British ingredients wherever possible, Folkington's was founded in 2012 Paul Bendit after 12 years of developing premium and innovative soft drinks.

  • Gaskyns, Arundel in
  • Winner of Sussex Life Best Family Dining award, Gaskyns is a friendly and vibrant café, coffee shop and restaurant situated close to magnificent Arundel Castle.

  • Gran Steads Ginger Co in
  • Chris & Rosemary from Gran Stead's Ginger Co. produce award-winning soft drinks with a nostalgic nod to yesteryear. They are based at a converted dairy on Mile Oak near Portslade.