Cider Makers of all sizes across the UK are faced with a significant level of technical and legislative requirements to meet the standards set by regulators.
NACM and its members have a dedicated Technical Committee, forming a panel of experts, who focus on two main areas:
- Technical requirements
- Cider makers are required to provide accurate information for finished ciders. This can include alcohol content, juice content, and some may choose to declare calorie or other nutritional information.
- Legislative requirements
- Many cider makers need additional support to meet the requirements of HMRC, Trading Standards and other regulatory bodies. NACM will provide confidential support for any UK cider maker on request.
- Many home cider makers would like the opportunity to sell their cider. Here is a brief guide to what is required – Setting up a cider business *Updated March 2021
- If you would like guidance on how to label your cider please take a look at our guide Cider Labelling Guide
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We offer a dedicated support line for all cider makers in the UK, regardless of your membership status
If you have any technical related enquiries, require support or advice, please contact us on the form at the bottom of the page.
The NACM, along with the majority of organisations, are monitoring the situation closely. The government is regularly updating advice and the latest information can be found here.
We offer a dedicated support line for all cider makers in the UK, regardless of your membership status. If you have any technical related enquiries, require support or advice, please contact us on the form at the bottom of the page
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