Coffee to aid cancer

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A Sudbury coffee company has launched a partnership with a cancer charity to help young people with the disease.

A1 Coffee, which is based in Addison Road, has agreed to work with Clic Sargent, the UK’s leading charity for children and young people with cancer.

The firm’s directors chose to support Clic Sargent after a family member personally experienced the work of the charity.

Family-owned and managed, A1 Coffee stocks more than 3,000 products and produces its own range of coffees under the Planet Java brand.

For every case of Planet Java coffee sold, the company has pledged to donate 50p to the cause.