HP sauce, the original brown sauce which since 1899 has set the
standard for quality. And now you can experience the unique flavour
of HP with 25% less salt and 30% less sugar than Original HP
HP policy of continuous product improvement may result in a
change to the label. You are advised to always check the
label for changes to the allergen status, ingredients and nutrition
of our products.
Suitable for vegetarians, Low Fat
Free From: Artificial Colours
Free From: Artificial Flavours
Free From: Artificial Preservatives
Containis: Gluten, Barley, Rye
|Energy - KJ/Cal
|(Of which sugars)
|(Of which saturated)
Tomatoes, Malt Vinegar (from Barley), Sugar, Spirit Vinegar,
Dates, Modified Cornflour, Rye Flour, Colour - Plain Caramel, Salt,
Spices, Flavourings, Tamarind
HP Reduced Salt and Sugar
The big bold flavour of HP Sauce goes perfectly with a bacon
sandwich, and of course the great English breakfast.
To create mouth watering tasty meals why not add some HP Sauce to
casseroles, stews and soups, a dollop whilst cooking will give them
a deep rich flavour.
What does HP stand for?
The letters HP actually stand for the Houses of Parliament. The
initials were first added to the bottle - along with the picture of
the Palace of Westminster - after rumours that the sauce was served
to MPs in the restaurant.
When was HP Brown first produced?
HP Brown Sauce went into full production just as the 20th
Century was waking up. It was originally created by Nottingham
grocer FG Garton, who, when stuck <sbr />for cash, sold the
recipe and the name to Edward Samson Moore, owner of the Midland
Vinegar Company, for just £150. For more spicy facts from the
History of HP just drop into the History section.
What are the main ingredients of HP Sauce?
Nothing but the finest quality ingredients sourced from around
the world make HP what it is. Sharp, musky Malt Vinegar, sweet
Molasses, rich Dates and some other exotic specialities are blended
together to a carefully guarded secret recipe. That's what
gives HP its uniquely distinctive flavour.
What are the best foods to eat HP sauce
HP adds spicy fruity flavour to absolutely everything. Purists
love it with traditional favourites like bacon sarnies, all over a
full English breakfast, or with shepherds pie, or bangers and
mash. It's pretty marvellous on chips, jacket spuds and baked
What other products does HP produce?
HP has put its name to a range of great Table Sauces designed to
tickle anyone's tastebuds. There's HP Fruity, the HP BBQ Range, HP
Guinness and HP pepper sauce. Discover even more here.
How many bottles of HP Sauce are sold per
One in four of all UK households get through at least one bottle
of HP every single year. That's something like a total of 27.5m
bottles per annum.
Is HP suitable for Vegetarians, Vegans dietary
HP Brown, Fruity and BBQ Classic sauces can be enjoyed by
vegetarians and vegans - on sarnies, chips and much more. For
further information on specific requirements please contact our
Consumer Careline. Have a look at Contact Us page for details.
Is HP Halal?
We want as many as possible to be able to enjoy HP Sauce
including those with particular dietary requirements. HP Sauce
bottles with the labelling 'Made in the Netherlands' have Halal
certification and are available in many countries around the world.
HP Sauce contains no animal products and can be enjoyed by
vegetarians and vegans.
Where can you buy your sauces?
The question isn't so much where can you buy HP Sauce, but
rather, what self respecting store doesn't stock it. For the
entire, glorious expanse of the complete HP range you might have to
explore your larger retail outlets. If you need any more help
finding HP products, simply contact our Consumer Careline.