Best friend of the cheese sandwich and saviour of the cheeseboard! Stir into pies, casseroles and stews to make any meal just that bit more special.
Named after the small village near Burton, Staffordshire, Crosse & Blackwell first produced Branston pickle in 1922.

Allergy Advice

Contains Barley, Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites.


Vegetables in Variable Proportions (52%) (Carrot, Rutabaga, Onion, Cauliflower), Sugar, Barley Malt Vinegar, Water, Spirit Vinegar, Tomato Purée, Date Paste (Dates, Rice Flour), Salt, Apple Pulp, Modified Maize Starch, Colour (Sulphite Ammonia Caramel), Onion Powder, Concentrated Lemon Juice, Spices, Colouring Food (Roasted Barley Malt Extract), Herb, Spice Extracts.

Lifestyle / Additives

  • Suitable for Vegans.


Flavourful and Versatile:

Branston Pickle Large Size is a delicious blend of chopped vegetables, vinegar, and spices. Its flavour profile is both sweet and tangy, with a hint of spice that gives it a pleasant kick. This pickle is perfect for adding to sandwiches, burgers, cheese plates, and more. It's also a great ingredient for cooking and can be used to add flavour to stews, casseroles, and marinades.

Imported from the UK:

Branston Pickle Large Size is an authentic British product that's been enjoyed by generations of families. Imported directly from the UK, this pickle is the real deal. It's the perfect way to bring a taste of Britain to your home, no matter where you are in the world.

Convenient Size:

At 520g/18.3oz, Branston Pickle Large Size is the perfect size for families or those who love to entertain. This jar is large enough to last for multiple meals, but not so big that it takes up too much space in your fridge. Plus, the resealable lid makes it easy to keep your pickle fresh and delicious.

In conclusion, Branston Pickle Large Size is a must-have condiment for anyone who loves delicious, flavourful food. With its unique taste and versatility, this pickle is perfect for adding a burst of flavour to your meals. So why not try Branston Pickle Large Size today and see what all the fuss is about?