Ever since its launch in 1847, our OXO brand has been helping make good food great.
Today, OXO stock remains a firm favourite. Its trusted name and recognisable packaging still conjure up images of family life.
The OXO range has developed over the years to suit changing tastes, from 'original' Beef to the addition of Chicken, Lamb and Vegetable flavours. Perfect for crumbling into a stir-fry, spaghetti bolognese, or as a delicious stock base for soups, sauces and casseroles.
OXO Stock Pots are the latest addition to the OXO range, helping transform family meals into rich, mouth watering dishes by combining a special blend of real meat juices, vegetables, herbs and seasonings for a deeper, richer flavour.
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Our innovative Stock Pots contain our best ever concentration of flavours in a simple to use, wet gel format.
The OXO range uses 100% British Wheatflour as a key ingredient.
We recently introduced a new OXO family to the nation in two heart-warming TV ads.
Our OXO ads have become synonymous with reflecting contemporary family life over the past few decades, and our new OXO ads are no exception. Watch them above!
The famous and instantly recognisable OXO cube was first introduced in 1910. OXO cubes were issued to troops in their ration packs during World War 1.
Our classic Stock Cubes add a rich flavour base to your meals. Choose from Chicken, Chicken Broth, Ham, Beef, Lamb and Vegetable. Also available in reduced salt options.
Transform your meals with our best ever concentrated stock. Our innovative Stock Pots are made with a special blend of meat juices, vegetables, herbs and seasoning.
Drop, melt or stir... three ways to add more flavour to your meals. Choose from Rosemary & Red Wine and Roast Garlic & Parsley.
Please note: The above is not a full range list. Products available as of January 2017.
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