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Bartons pickles in 200 Co-op shops across the North West
THEY have been a staple St Helens delicacy for generations but now people across the North West can get their hands on their very own jar of Bartons Pickled products.
Working with Co-operative food, Bartons products are now in 200 stores across the region.
Joanna Jenner, chief pickler at the 108-year-old firm, said: “This is a great opportunity to provide people in the North West with locally sourced produce.”
Her dad Eddie, who is the third generation of the family to run the firm, added: “The first of Bartons legendary pickles have now started to appear on the shelves and we only need to deliver five minutes up the road to The Co-operative’s Lea Green depot in St Helens.”
Bartons make piccalilli, pickled onions, mixed pickles, red cabbage and sliced beetroot.
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