In 1874, Sarah Jane, the wife of Oxford shopkeeper Frank Cooper, manufactured the first batch of Frank Cooper's marmalade to a recipe believed to have been her mother's. In 1903 to satisfy increasing demand amongst the Oxford dons and undergraduates, Frank Cooper opened a factory near the railway station in Oxford, England.
With its strong, robust flavour it is one of the UK's favourite brands of premium marmalade. The Queen herself also admits to enjoying Frank Cooper's at breakfast!
The "fine cut' is the most popular. No artificial colours or preservatives. Made with 45% fruit.