Robertsons - Marmalade | Assorted Flavours, 250ml – PlantX Canada

Robertsons - Marmalade

Assorted Flavours, 250ml

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Robertson’s delicious marmalades are packed with zesty flavour! Perfect on toast or slathered on a warm scone, they’re the best way to start the day.

Key Information

  • 100% Vegan
  • Available in a Variety of Delicious Flavours 
  • Best-Selling Marmalades 
  • Perfect on Toast or on a Warm Scone 

Product Overview

Start your day the right way with these delicious marmalades from Robertson’s, one of the oldest manufacturers of marmalade in the UK. 

Available in a wonderful variety of tangy flavours, including Ginger and Seville Orange, Robertson’s marmalades are extremely versatile. Enjoy them spread on toast or slathered on a lovely, warm scone in the morning or with your afternoon tea! 

So, what are you waiting for? Give Paddington Bear’s favourite snack a try today!

Seville Orange Marmalade

This light and sweet marmalade is made with delicious, zesty oranges from Seville. You won’t find anything else like it.

Ginger Marmalade 

This spicy and aromatic ginger marmalade is the perfect way to start your morning. Made from using ginger instead of citrus, this marmalade differs slightly from the more classic flavours.

Original English Thick Cut Marmalade 

Made with thick-cut peel for a deliciously tangy aftertaste, this Original English marmalade is delicious on toast, especially when paired with your favourite vegan spread!


Seville Orange Marmalade
Sugar, Oranges, Water, Gelling Agent (Pectin), Citric Acid

Ginger Marmalade
Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Sugar, Ginger, Gelling Agent: Pectin, Acid: Citric Acid, Acidity Regulator: Sodium Citrates.

Original English Thick Cut Marmalade
Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Oranges, Orange Peel, Water, Sugar, Orange Juice from Concentrate, Citric Acid, Gelling Agent (Pectin, Molasses), Acidity Regulator (Sodium Citrates), Caramelised Sugar, Orange Essential Oil.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is marmalade? 

Marmalade is a fruit preserve made from the peel and juice of citrus fruit.

Unlike jam, which is made from pureed fruit (such as raspberries, strawberries, or apricots) that has been boiled down with sugar, marmalade is made from the juice of citrus fruits, which is boiled together with peel, sugar, and water.

The citrus peel is what gives marmalade its distinct bitter taste. Marmalade also contains more pectin (a fibre found in fruits and vegetables) which gives it a thicker consistency than jam.

In the UK, marmalade is most commonly made from Seville oranges, due to their sharp, intense flavour. They are also richer in pectin and yield a thicker marmalade. 

What is the story behind Robertson’s?

Robertson’s Marmalades date all the way back to the 19th century. First established in 1864 in Paisley, Scotland, this company has a whole wealth of history under its belt. 

The company first came into being when Mrs Robertson began making marmalade in her family shop, producing a variety of delicious flavours that proved extremely popular with the locals.

Since then, Robertson’s has received a Royal Warrant, which was originally awarded by King George IV in 1933 and subsequently by King George V and Queen Elizabeth. 

For decades, Robertson’s Marmalade has been associated with Paddington Bear, the UK’s favourite fictional character - he even appears on the labels!

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