Sweet, yet peppery, hot and tangy and finishes with notes of ginger and garlic.  An ode to Umeboshi (a traditional Japanese pickle made of ripe Ume plums pickled in salt and dried in the sun) it  brings a unique burst of flavour to rice, grains and tofu.

It also works as bit on the side for multiple curries and a tasty dipper for parathas and pakoras; goes fabulously with a flinty vintage cheddar and is perfect to take on, and  enhance, the strong flavour of venison and duck. 

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.  

A store cupboard staple for both celebrity chefs and home cooks, the range is still handmade in the heart of  Wiltshire, abiding to traditional recipes, with an underpinning principle to buy the best quality ingredients sourced  locally wherever possible to ensure the products taste as good as, if not better than, homemade.

Tracklements believe in business as a force for good, protecting the environment as they go. They’re committed  to make the most planet-friendly condiments you can buy minimising their environmental footprint through using  recyclable packaging, their own water treatment facility, and over 10,000 square feet of solar panels, which  enables the company to generate 100% renewable electricity that is also fed into the national grid at weekends  through green energy company Good Energy. And they don’t shy away from wonky veg either! 

Tracklements Special Edition Soured Plum & Black Pepper Chutney, RRP £3.50 for 220g, is available from fine  food delis and farm shops nationwide and online at www.tracklements.co.uk.  


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