Leading UK citrus brand become official partner of British Gymnastics

Jaffa announced as Official Fruit Partner

There is a brand new partnership as Jaffa has become the Official Fruit Partner of British Gymnastics. This agreement will see British Gymnastics team up with Jaffa, the UK’s leading citrus brand, to promote happier and healthier lifestyles and increased fruit intake.

Nick Horswell, British Gymnastics Head of Commercial, said: "We’re thrilled to be partnering with Jaffa. Jaffa’s fruit is already enjoyed by many families throughout the gymnastics community. We are very excited to be working together over the next few years to raise awareness of the health benefits of eating citrus fruit.

"We have a lot of exciting gymnastics events to look forward to in 2022 and beyond which Jaffa will be a big part of. We’re grateful for their support and can’t wait to get started with them."

Rachel Hancox, Jaffa representative, said: "At Jaffa we are committed to offering quality fruit in Tesco stores year-round across the UK. We are delighted to be partnering with British Gymnastics, who continue to inspire hundreds of thousands of people each year to stay active and pursue their passion for the sport.

"Jaffa will be involved in a number of high profile events in collaboration with British Gymnastics throughout 2022, as well as getting to know some of the stars of British Gymnastics as they continue to break records in the sport across the different teams and disciplines."

Jaffa are today also announcing a partnership with the 2022 Gymnastics World Championships becoming an Official Partner of the event which takes place in Liverpool from 29th October - 6th November next year.

For more information:
Tel.: +44 0345 1297129 
Email: customersupport@british-gymnastics.org

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