The mustard found popularity in high places including the table of King William IV (whose portrait still appears on the jars) and on the ships of the then Royal Navy. It was popular with the Navy because of its strong taste and long life. It easily spiced up salted meat, possibly of dubious quality.
Grocer’s Broker Ltd. (Minter’s Fine Foods),
Unit 7, Grove Road Industrial Estate, Grove Road,
Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 4LG.
Telephone: 01477 500660
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