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Roses Lime Juice

Roses Lime Juice

From $63.75 per Case

Motts Flavored Drinks and Mixes

Motts Flavored Drinks and Mixes

From $44.55 per Case

Motts Vegetable Juices

2 Motts item(s) within Motts Vegetable Juices

From $31.05 per Case

Motts Cocktail Mixes

2 Motts item(s) within Motts Cocktail Mixes

From $53.35 per Case

Motts Realemon

8 Motts item(s) within Motts Realemon

From $26.15 per Case

Motts Fruit Juice

8 Motts item(s) within Motts Fruit Juice

From $18.45 per Case

Motts Clamato Juice

6 Motts item(s) within Motts Clamato Juice

From $38.25 per Case

Clamato Juice Mixes

3 Motts item(s) within Clamato Juice Mixes

From $56.75 per Case

Motts Realime Lime Juice

4 Motts item(s) within Motts Realime Lime Juice

From $26.15 per Case

Mr and Mrs Ts Cocktail Mixers

16 Motts item(s) within Mr and Mrs Ts Cocktail Mixers

From $30.05 per Case

Apple Sauce

6 Motts item(s) within Apple Sauce

From $34.15 per case

Motts Snacks Portion Packs

2 Motts item(s) within Motts Snacks Portion Packs

From $50.55 per Case

Motts Apple Juice

8 Motts item(s) within Motts Apple Juice

From $18.45 per Case

Bulk Applesauce

Bulk Applesauce

From $34.05 per case

Motts Aseptic Juices

2 Motts item(s) within Motts Aseptic Juices

From $30.35 per Case

Flavored Drinks and Mix

Flavored Drinks and Mix

From $22.45 per case

Motts Rosemary Grenadine

Motts Rosemary Grenadine

From $58.25 per Case

Yoo Hoo Chocolate Drink

Yoo Hoo Chocolate Drink

From $18.75 per Case

Hawaiian Punch Fruit Juice

6 Motts item(s) within Hawaiian Punch Fruit Juice

From $19.05 per Case

Motts Fruit Sauce

6 Motts item(s) within Motts Fruit Sauce

From $43.55 per Case

Single Serve Applesauce

3 Motts item(s) within Single Serve Applesauce

From $42.55 per Case

Mixed Fruit Juice

Mixed Fruit Juice

From $19.65 per case

MottsĀ® was founded in 1842 by Samuel R. Mott in Bouckville, New York, where he made cider with the help of hitched horses that plodded in a circle, crushing apples between two large stone drums at the center of the sweep. The crushed apples were shoveled into a crib with slatted sides, packed in straw and pressed by three men leaning on a lengthy level that operated a jack screw. The golden juice ran off into a tank beneath and was ready for bottling. Motts cider and vinegar caught the fancy of his neighbors and, as demand grew, so did the size of his mill. Water power and steam replaced his horse and now, with a son to help him, he began enjoying distribution far beyond the local market. Long before the turn of the century, Clipper ships were carrying 1,000 case lots of Motts champagne cider and casks of Motts vinegar around Cape Horn to California. Motts successfully exhibited their products at world fairs in Paris and Brussels. They promoted their wares, too, at the Philadelphia Centennial of 1876 and the Chicago Columbian Exposition of 1893, picking up first prizes for quality.