Gary and Susan Snow of Tabletree

Erickson’s Tabletree juice nominated for second World Juice Award

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Tabletree has done it again! Following up the Erickson business’s win — its black cherry juice was named best pure juice — at the 2012 World Juice Awards, its red apple juice has been shortlisted for the 2013 Best New Nectar or Juice Award.

“We are so excited and overwhelmed at being shortlisted again this year,” said owners Gary and Susan Snow in a press release. “What is really exciting is the other company that is also shortlisted for this award (LaHave Forests) is Canadian, as well. So no matter what the outcome, there are two Canadian companies in the top on the world stage.”

This year’s World Juice Conference is being held in Cologne, Germany. For more information on the awards and the companies shortlisted, visit



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