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Hellmann’s dates back more than 100 years and was created by German immigrant Richard Hellmann in New York in 1905. Today it is the world’s no. 1 mayonnaise brand. The brand covers a range of products from mayonnaise to ketchup, mustard, salad dressings and table sauces.
Knorr is a food brand with a wide range of soups, stock cubes, bouillons, seasonings and sauces. The brand dates back to 1838 when Carl Heinrich Knorr opened a factory and began experimenting with food drying techniques that could preserve quality, flavour and freshness. It is one of the world‘s largest food brands sold in more than 87 countries around the world.
Lipton is one of the world’s greatest refreshment brands. It’s the world’s best-selling tea brand, has been established for more than 100 years, and is available in more than 100 countries.
Launched in 1989, Magnum was the first hand-held ice cream created as a premium ice cream for adults. Today, Magnum is a leading global brand, selling 1 billion units annually worldwide, and is the biggest of Unilever’s ice cream brands. The ice cream bars are made from quality ingredients to match their premium market positioning.
Real love for tea – enjoy the authentic and pure taste of tea. Without artificial flavours, colours or preservatives. An unforgettable experience with few calories for all tea lovers.
Unilever Food Solutions aims to be the leading global provider of culinary and commercial inspiration to chefs. We provide products, expertise and ideas that help chefs find the inspiration they need to satisfy their guests every day.
Ben & Jerry’s was the first ice cream company to use Fairtrade-certified ingredients. It positions itself as unconventional and quirky, with its fun flavour names, and it has strong sustainability credentials. The Ben & Jerry’s story began in 1978, when school friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield opened their first scoop shop in a renovated Vermont gas station. The brand was acquired by Unilever in 2000. It is available in 33 countries around the globe.
Carte D'Or, known as Cremissimo in many countries, is a dessert ice cream which originated in France in 1978 with five flavours (praline, strawberry, Grand Marnier, coffee and blackcurrant). Its ice creams and sorbets are now available in a great variety of flavours. It is now available in Austria, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Switzerland, Turkey and the UK & Ireland.
Known for its unique chocolate tip trademark, Cornetto has been for decades one the world's most famous and popular ice-creams. Cornetto's soft creamy core, crunchy wafer, and delicious chocolate ending make it an existing journey of tastes and textures from the first bite to the last. Cornetto was born in 1959, when Spica, an Italian ice-cream manufacturer based in Naples, came up with a groundbreaking innovation: to create the world's first packaged ice cream cone by insulating the wafer from the ice-cream with a special coating of chocolate.
Since 1747, Maille has developed French mustards and condiments, with the aim of reaching the Maille ‘gold standard’. The packaging, with its gold lettering, emphasises the concept of the ‘gold standard’. Maille is sold in France, the UK & Ireland and Greece.
Marmite was conceived in 1902 and the Marmite Food Company opened a small factory in Burton-on-Trent, UK where it still operates today. Marmite is a nutritious, savoury spread for bread or toast and can be used as a cooking ingredient. It is made from spent brewer’s yeast and comes in a distinctive black jar with a yellow lid. The popular ‘Love it or Hate it’ campaign was born out of talking to people and discovering that most either really love or really hate Marmite.
Solero is a hand-held ice cream covered in fruit sorbet and is popular in the UK & Ireland, Germany and Switzerland. It was launched by Wall’s in 1994 in the UK and in 1995 by HB (a local Irish brand) in the Republic of Ireland. The range has been expanded with Solero Exotic Explosion, an ice cream rippled with fruit sorbet and containing pieces of fruit.
Viennetta is a dessert ice cream, made up of soft ice cream and crisp layers of chocolate.
Wall's is part of Unilever's Heartbrand family of ice creams that are sold in more than 40 countries around the world under many different local names, including Algida and Ola. Among its products are ice creams that are lower in fat and sugar, and enriched with fruit and calcium, which have been developed through the brand’s innovative food technologies.
Bovril is a British brand of beef extract which began in 1886. It has been exported to countries around the world for many years. As well as expatriates looking for a taste of home in countries like France and Spain, Bovril is extremely popular in Malaysia, Singapore and China where generations have grown up with this British drink.
Colman’s is the original brand of English mustard. Founded in Norwich in 1814, the mustard has been popular for 200 years, making it the oldest brand in the Unilever portfolio. As well as the classic mustard, Colman’s produces a wide range of sauces such as mint sauce and gravy.
Unilever Heartbrand ice creams are sold in more than 40 countries around the world under many different local names. In Southern and Eastern Europe, Heartbrand is known as Algida, while in the UK and most parts of Asia, it is known as Wall’s. Among its products are ice creams that are lower in fat and sugar, and enriched with fruit and calcium, which have been developed through the brand’s innovative food technologies.
Lyons Tea is the No 1 tea brand in Ireland, with a long history in the country and a popular jingle that every Irish person knows: “extra quality, extra flavour, Lyons the quality tea”. More recently, the brand introduced the country's first pyramid-shaped tea-bag. Generations of families have grown up with this quintessentially Irish brand and see it as synonymous with the notion of home and coming home.
In the 1930s, PG tips was launched in the UK as a loose-tea leaf, originally called Pre-Gest-Tee as it was thought that tea aided digestion. This was abbreviated to PG by grocers and salesmen. The company adopted this as the official name and added ‘tips’. By the 60s the PG tips tea bag was launched. In 1996, the pyramid tea bag was launched, an innovation that provides more space within the tea bag, acting like a miniature teapot, giving the leaves more room to move. PG tips is one of Unilever’s major tea brands with 100% Rainforest Alliance certified tea.
Pot Noodle is Unilever’s original instant hot snack and is seen by its fans as the king of easy, quick, no-faff food. Pot Noodle was launched in 1977 by the British food company, Golden Wonder when convenience was the future and noodles were exotic! The original idea of ‘cup noodles’ came from Japan. Pot Noodle products are sold by Unilever in the UK & Ireland