Your local marmalade champion


For details of local marmalade and jam makers, see the relevant part of the Local Food Directory.

Lachlan, the the marmaladier at J.B. Shackleton’s, a local marmalade maker from Wonga Park, won a gold medal in the 2018 World’s Original Marmalade Competition in the UK! Their winning marmalade was ‘Luxury Lime Marmalade’. Their commendation said “A remarkable preserve where the punch and brilliance of lime was upfront and proud. You could imagine eating it well beyond the confines of the breakfast table and imagine it favouring evening from desserts to evening cocktails.

In addition, they won silver medals for their Tahiti Lime and Sweet Orange marmalades, and bronze medals for some of their other marmalades.

Their Breakfast, Tahiti Lime, Tangelo and Grapefruit marmalades had previously won gold medals in 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2017. And their Orange with Grand Marnier marmalade, Cumquat marmalade, Lemon jelly and Orange won silver medals in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. In 2017, they were named ‘World’s Supreme Traditional Marmalade Maker 2017’.

We have tasted many of their marmalades and they really are yummy.

Well done, Lachlan!

Click on the left pictures below to read an article in the Warrandyte Diary following their 2017 wins, or the right hand picture to to read an article following their 2015 wins.


Want to try some of their marmalade? If so, it is available at the following local shops: Balgownie Estate, Yarra Glen; Bee Sustainable, Brunswick; De Bortoli Wines, Dixons Creek; East Ivanhoe Grocers; Foodworks, East Ivanhoe; Foodworks, Wonga Park; Metropolitan Foods, Templestowe; Oakridge Wines, Coldstream; and The Post Office, Wonga Park.

justpicked4Maybe you prefer jam to marmalade. If so, try some of the local producers of jam (clicking any of the names gives more details, including where to buy):

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