Tate & Lyle Mini Guide
THE KILNER ® STORY
THE TATE & LYLE ® SUGARS STORY
For 175 years the original Kilner ® Jar has captured the attention of the curious cook. First invented by John Kilner and Co in 1842, the Kilner ® Jar’s unique vacuum seal is designed to lock in freshness and preserve your produce. From wartime preserves to cutting- edge Asian inspired kimchi, the Kilner ® Jar has remained at the forefront of food evolution. Now in all shapes and sizes Kilner ® has grown on a huge scale, available in stores around the world, all thanks to you. As the people’s choice for preserving, we are always looking to
give something back to our dedicated followers. That’s why we’ve teamed up with our friends Tate & Lyle ® Sugars, to create a preserving mini guide you can’t be without. Jam packed with recipes, hints, tips and knowledge from the experts, we want you to get stuck in, get your hands dirty and enjoy creating the perfect preserve! Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a complete novice, we’re sure to have something inside to interest you. Join us on our journey from garden to table.
The origins of Tate & Lyle ® Sugars dates back to London’s East End in 1878, when Henry Tate established the Thames Refinery, specialising in the production of sugar cubes. A few years later, Abram Lyle established a refinery named Plaistow Wharf only a mile and a half away, specialising in refining sugar and producing the soon to be famous Lyle’s Golden Syrup ® . It wasn’t until 1921 that the two merged together to become Tate & Lyle ® Sugars, a partnership which would last for centuries to come. Since then, Tate & Lyle ® Sugars has become a household name in the British food industry, and now
offer a wide range of sugars and syrups to cater for a range of your cooking needs, such as Caster Sugar, Granulated Sugar, Demerera Sugar and many more. In this handy jam and preserving guide, Tate & Lyle ® Sugars partner with much loved brand Kilner ® to show you just how simple and delicious preserving is, with the help of their new 1:1 Jam Sugar and Preserving Sugar. It only seems fitting that two great British brands steeped in heritage, who have served the families of the nation for generations, come together to create this tantalisingly tasty guide.
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