Win an entire caddy of Tracklements goodies, worth £250

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As picnic season approaches, we’re giving away an entire caddy of Tracklements goodies to two lucky readers. Enter our competition now, to be in with a chance of winning…

Win an entire caddy of Tracklements goodies, worth £250

Based in the heart of Wiltshire, Tracklements began in 1970 when, having read John Evelyn’s Diaries, William Tullberg made the first British wholegrain mustard.  His son, Guy Tullberg, and the team in Malmesbury, still make everything by hand, in small batches, to traditional recipes using only the best natural ingredients in order to ensure that everything tastes as good as (if not better than) homemade.

You haven’t lived until you’ve tried one of their special anniversary jars!


In 2020, Tracklements is celebrating 50 terrific years with limited edition gold labels on their best-selling Strong Horseradish Cream, Robust Wholegrain Mustard and the much-loved Fresh Chilli Jam. Their Robust Wholegrain Mustard is also presented in an exclusive glazed stoneware jar with an air-tight silicone seal, which preserves the mustard’s characteristic pungency and, when it’s empty, makes a handy container for more mustard or can be used to store herbs, spices or sea salt.

To celebrate, we’re offering our readers the chance to win one of two Tracklements wooden condiment caddies. Each comes filled with goodies including their Limited Edition Gold Label range, a filled Robust Wholegrain Mustard Glazed Stoneware Jar, a luxury engraved Oak & Rope Cheeseboard and a tea towel.

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Read what others say...

  1. I love Trucklements for the wide variety of relishes they produce and best of all, for me, they’re gluten free which means I’m not restricted. My store cupboard is never without this range.

  2. My dad was an avid mustard lover and brought one of the first jars of wholegrain you ever produced home with him after visiting my nan. It was treated with great reverence and eaten with a Melton Mowbray pork pie with our next door neighbour Dolly having to try it out too. 50 years on, here I am the nan, and still using lots of your products but the mustard still reigns as champion and is used in cooking, as well as always accompanying my MM pork pie, a testament to it’s superb quality and taste.

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