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We love a homemade condiment when we’re feeling extra ambitious in the kitchen. But for every other day, the jarred stuff is our go-to. And just because it’s not a DIY home recipe doesn’t mean you have to skimp on quality ingredients—quite the contrary. Browse through our digital aisles on ThriveMarket.com and you’ll find some of the best jars around, made with non-GMO, organic, artisan, and handcrafted ingredients sourced from farms around the world. Whether you’re looking for the basics like mayonnaise and mustard or something extra special like remoulade, there’s a spread for every occasion, and for every dietary need.
The History of Sir Kensington’s
In 2010, Mark Ramadan and Scott Norton founded Sir Kensington’s in New York City. The two friends met as undergrads at Brown University and concocted the fictitious English noblemen Sir Kensington before graduation. At the time, they used a leading ketchup brand as inspiration for how to flip the condiment industry on its head. Instead of plastic bottles, Sir Kensington’s chose glass. Rather than squeezing ketchup, the company opted for wide-mouthed jars and gave it a more exciting name: “scooping ketchup.” Over the years, they’ve built a cult following around a simple idea: to reimagine the ordinary and bring condiments into the 21st century.
Sir Kensington’s Company Mission
Sir Kensington’s believes coming around the table is a powerful way to connect with others and seeks to “defend the dignity of food.” The brand started by cleaning up ingredients in some of the most commonly used condiments, starting with ketchup (and making it with whole tomatoes and less sugar) before branching into mustards, mayo, ranch dressing, and a vegan mayo option it calls “Fabanaise.”
Benefits of Sir Kensington’s
When you shop any of Sir Kensington’s condiments, you’re joining a movement of people who believe in the power of food to bring people together. Good ingredients are at the heart of Sir Kensington’s—take a look!
- Tomatoes: Sourced from farms in Central and Northern California, all tomatoes are packed within four hours of being picked for maximum freshness.
- Mustard seeds: Sir Kensington’s mustard seeds are grown in Saskatchewan, Canada, a region known for producing some of the best mustard seeds in the world.
- Eggs: For it’s must-have mayo, Sir Kensington’s uses Certified Humane Free-Range eggs sourced from family farms in Eastern Iowa. This designation never uses cages, and provides hens with plenty of space to engage in natural behaviors.
Every condiment Sir Kensington’s makes is gluten-free. Its facilities are designed to prevent cross-contamination, and their jars undergo regular testing.
Top Sir Kensington’s Products
With Sir Kensington’s, next-level condiments are here.
Bold yet balanced, this Dijon-style mustard is inspired by the French classic. It’s made from organic white vinegar, #1 grade mustard seed, and a splash of Chablis wine.
This spread is similar to a French remoulade and the perfect addition to add zippy flavor to sandwiches or a special touch to crudite platters. It’s made from sunflower oil, free-range eggs, paprika, mustard, and crunchy pickles.
If you’re on the hunt for a new go-to mayonnaise, Sir Kensington’s organic version might be just what you’re looking for. Simple ingredients like sunflower oil, egg yolks, lemon juice, and ground mustard make the perfect creamy spread.
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