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Opies Pickled Walnuts with Ruby Port 370g

(3 customer reviews)

$15.95

Opies Pickled Walnuts with Ruby Port are a traditional English delicacy. They are soft, salty and make the perfect accompaniment to cold meats or a hearty cheese board.

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Best Before: May 30, 2025

Product Description

Opies Pickled Walnuts with Ruby Port are a traditional English delicacy. They are soft, salty and make the perfect accompaniment to cold meats or a hearty cheese board. They can also be used as ingredient diced or sliced in meat, poultry and game dishes.

Also available without the Ruby Port.

about the producer

Opies was founded in England in 1880 by Bennett Opie, a Cornish miner who travelled to London and set up a company supplying Cornish eggs to London markets. Over the years they expanded into glace cherries and then into an ever increasing range of pickles and preserves. In 1929 they moved into a new factory in Sittingbourne in Kent where they developed world-class pickling technologies and became know as the ‘Pickle People’ to the locals. And today they are still manufacturing British pickles and preserves from the same site.  Opies take great pride in the quality of their products. All their ingredients are carefully sourced and selected, and rigorous production processes are continually monitored.

Walnuts,sugar, water, Red Wine Vinegar, Ruby Port (4%), Salt, Acidity Regulator:Acetic acid.

Contains nuts.

Note: Ingredients as listed on the label at time of publication on the website. Always check the label before use.

Additional Information

Weight.60 kg
Dimensions7.5 × 7.5 × 11 cm

3 reviews for Opies Pickled Walnuts with Ruby Port 370g

  1. Pam Williams (verified owner)

    Better than the ones in vinegar although they are nice too. Great as a snack or mixed with cheese on toast. The juice can be used later also.

  2. Anna (verified owner)

    Excellent!

  3. Anne (verified owner)

    Deliciously delightful, plus memories of huge walnut trees and an ambitious me tackling pickling their nuts.

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