Tiptree – Wilkin & Sons

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Tiptree – Wilkin & Sons

With Wilkin & Sons we offer you high quality products with tradition and class. With the distinctive, typically British taste experience and the outstanding product quality, products from Tiptree have been an integral part of advocates of delicacies and gourmet food since the 19th century.

It is not without reason that Tiptree – Wilkin & Sons has been a proud supplier to the royal family for more than 100 years. Discover the exquisite delicacies from Wilkin & Sons exclusively at TODA Suisse – and enjoy like the royals.



An extensive range

Jams and jams have been Tiptree’s specialties since the very beginning. The aromatic fruits are grown on site and processed directly.

In addition to tradition, innovation is one of the core values at Tiptree. New variants are constantly being produced and new categories are being opened. At the beginning, if you limited yourself primarily to home-grown fruit, technical progress and global trade also make it possible to process more exotic fruits.

In addition to pure fruit processing, hearty products such as chutneys, relishs or table sauces have become increasingly important over the years.

The latest creations now even include spirits for exclusive drinks. Tiptree presents a fine selection of gin, gin liqueurs and vodka.


An impressive story

The Wilkin family has been farming in Tiptree, Essex since 1757 and has been producing a wide range of quality products there since 1885. You take a long-term approach to all aspects of the job. Every employee is part of the company and has a great interest in the future of Wilkin & Sons.

A wide range of traditional English fruits are grown here directly and used to manufacture our high quality products. Fruit crops include strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, sour cherries, rhubarb, plums, various plums, quinces and the rare medlar.

The products are made according to old, traditional recipes and are free from artificial colors and flavors. We test and prepare our fruits by hand and then cook them in small quantities in traditional pans with a copper base.