Paxo knocks the stuffing out of the competition - top of its market and one of the best ways to make the most of your roast!
It was invented in 1901 by John Crampton, a butcher from Eccles in Manchester, who wanted to make Sunday lunches more exciting.
It was a slow start, because stuffing is mainly served with poultry, which was a luxury at the time. But as the price of chickens dropped in the 1950s and 60s, Paxo's popularity really took off.
It's now available in a range of seven great-tasting flavours, designed to complement all kinds of meat. Parsley & Thyme was the firm favourite for many years, but the growth of chicken roasts in the 60’s changed all that. Nowadays Sage and Onion is the firm favourite.
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