New Tracklements Caramelised Onion Marmalade

Celebrating 50 Years of Tasty Tracklements

Caramelised Onion

Only top quality, tasty Lincolnshire onions are used to make Tracklements Caramelised Onion Marmalade, along with a wee drop of spiced cider vinegar and a splash of redcurrant juice to add a tasty tang to everything it touches.

Sweet and sticky, this Caramelised Onion Marmalade is the perfect accompaniment to a special cheeseboard or Ploughman’s Lunch and compliments cold cuts, pies, pâté and terrines beautifully. Burgers are elevated with a layer of the marmalade along with a slice of cheese and tomato on a Brioche bun, and Toad in the Hole gets a highly appealing makeover.

‘Yes please’ to a roasting tin of sausage soldiers lined up for an oniony treat and ‘sign me up’to veggie sliders topped with Caramelised Onion Marmalade and a bit of sharp, creamy blue cheese.

Back in 1970, William Tullberg made the first British wholegrain mustard. 50 years on William’s son, Guy, carries on his legacy. However, that one mustard has matured into eight varieties and over 40 award-winning chutneys, relishes and sauces. The range is still handmade in Wiltshire, abiding to traditional recipes, with an underpinning principal to buy the best quality ingredients sourced locally wherever possible to ensure the products taste as good as, if not better than, homemade.

Tracklements minimises their environmental footprint through using recyclable packaging, their own water treatment facility, and over 10,000 square feet of solar panels, to generate 100% renewable electricity that is also fed into the national grid at weekends through green energy company Good Energy.

Tracklements Caramelised Onion Marmalade, RRP £3.95 for 345g, is available from fine food delis and farm shops nationwide and online at www.tracklements.co.uk.

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