We are the only manufacturers of Bury Black Pudding actually based in Bury. Due to demand for our quality product and local sourcing schemes, you'll now find the exact same black puddings served on our market stall, in Tesco, Waitrose, Sainsbury's, Asda, Co-op, Spar, Morrison's, Iceland and Booker. See our Retail Outlets page for more details.
We have one of the longest established stalls on Bury's world famous market. Generations of families continue to come and buy our famous black puddings, fresh farm eggs, chickens, cheese & sausage. Look out for our logo! You'll find us at Stall No 5, Edward Block, Bury Open Market.
Black Pudding first arrived in the UK via European monks, who named the product 'blutwurst' which translates to 'Blood Sausage'.
They first visited Yorkshire before making the trip over the Pennines to settle in Lancashire where this wonderful product became known as "Black Pudding". Ever since then, black puddings have been promoted as a tasty, wholesome food. The profile and popularity of black puddings has gone from strength to strength, and today they can be seen on the menus of top class restaurants all over the country.
Our production team, Jack & Richard Morris, have won gold medals with our traditional recipe which dates back over 100 years. After successful entries into black pudding events in France, Jack Morris started the first UK Black Pudding competitions back in 1970 which he judged for many years. Today Jack still speaks about his story and the history of the Bury Black Pudding and in doing so has raised a great deal of money for charitable causes.
The Bury Black Pudding Company continues to go from strength to strength and we are today recognised as the UK's leading retail black pudding brand. Our products are not only enjoyed in this country, but exported around the globe where they are considered one of the truly great British food brands.