Once upon a time, a man named Arthur Charles Wilkin and two friends
formed the Britannia Fruit Preserving Company, with the decision that
none of their jams should contain colouring, preservatives and glucose.
This sounds like quite a modern decision to make, but it wasn’t – Wilkin
decided this way back in 1885, and it was a decision that attracted
thousands of customers and the King of England himself. Yes, Wilkin’s
sauces and jams were that
And they still are today, though they’re known as Wilkins & Sons
now. Having survived two World Wars and the Great Depression, their
Tiptree Farm still operates in Essex, England, and creates gourmet
products from their own farm-grown ingredients. Conserves, marmalades,
jams, jellies and spreads – they’re all there, and they’re all made with
There’s no catches. Nothing artificial. Just one hundred and twenty-five years of love for good food.
Brown Sauce features:
- Made in England.
- No artificial colours, preservatives, or glucose.
- A traditional English sauce flavoured with tomatoes, oranges, barley malt, treacle and more.
- Refrigerate after opening.