Branston Rich & Fruity Sauce ~ 250 ml Bottle
Branston Fruity Sauce is a flavour filled sweet pickle sauce that will enhance any bacon sandwich, cooked breakfast or hotdog.
This fruity sauce has a delicious combination of flavours that includes dates, vinegar and a subtle hint of garlic, rosemary and onion.
Cheese, meats and sandwiches taste better with Branston. Bring out the Branston and bring out Great Taste!
Branston Fruity Sauce aka Branston Rich & Fruity Sauce and formerly known as Crosse & Blackwell Rich & Fruity Sauce.
C & B Branston Fruity Sauce Bottle is suitable for vegetarians.
Allergy Advice: Contains Barley. Suitable for Vegetarians.
Branston Rich & Fruity Sauce is nice and thick… And it has a delicious, tangy flavour that will enhance any sandwich. If you are a fan of brown sauce then you can’t go far wrong with this classic sauce from Branston.
The Branston Pickle Story
Branston is a British food brand. It is best known for the original Branston Pickle, a jarred pickled chutney first made in 1922 in the Branston suburb of Burton upon Trent by Crosse & Blackwell.
Branston makes Branston Pickle from a variety of diced vegetables. These include carrots, onions, cauliflower and gherkins pickled in a sauce made from vinegar, tomato, apple and dates with spices such as mustard, coriander, garlic, cinnamon, pepper, cloves, nutmeg and cayenne pepper with sugar.
In recent years high-fructose corn syrup has replaced sugar in the products sold in the American market due to sugar tariffs put into place by the U. S. Government. British version still contains Cane Sugar.
Branston Pickle is sweet and spicy with a chutney-like consistency. So Branston contains small chunks of vegetables in a thick brown sticky sauce. It’s part of a ploughman’s lunch, a common menu item in British pubs. Branston Pickle is favourite addition along with cheddar cheese in sandwiches. It is available in the standard ‘chunky’ version, as well as a ‘sandwich’ variety, where the vegetable chunks are smaller and easier to spread. Premier Foods also introduced a ‘squeezy’ variety in a plastic bottle.