Foods & Refreshment Brands
Food that's nutritious, sustainable and fair. That's the mission of our Food and Refreshments portfolio, full of great-tasting brands that give consumers access to affordable, nutritious products.
That means providing essential micronutrients, reducing salt and sugar, and lowering calories. It means more plant-based choices, and action to tackle food waste. It means sourcing our ingredients sustainably and supporting the people who grow them for us. The recipe’s simple - the faster our brands grow, the more good we can do.
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Chirat, founded in 1859, is the leading pickled vegetable brand in Switzerland and provides vinegar-based food products from gherkins to salad Dressings.
Choysa Tea is a New Zealand brand which dates back over 100 years, positioned as a reliable quality tea bag.
Colman’s is the original brand of English mustard. Founded in Norwich in 1814, the mustard has been popular for 200 years, making it the oldest brand in the Unilever portfolio. As well as the classic mustard, Colman’s produces a wide range of sauces such as mint sauce and gravy.
Conimex is a brand of oriental sauces and snacks available in the Netherlands. Established in 1932 as an importer of goods from the Far East, Conimex has many products such as soy and hoi-sin sauces as well as prawn crackers and ready-made curries.
Glaxose-D is a glucose-based energy drink and the original energy drink in Pakistan. It is a non-flavoured energy drink, used both by children and adults.
Glen Tea has been a popular tea among South Africans for over 70 years, thanks to its strong, fresh flavour.
Hertog is a Dutch brand of ice cream which began in 1976. The range includes many flavours, such as strawberry meringue, ‘three chocolate’ and coffee.
Inmarko began as a refrigerator distributor in Russia in 1993 and evolved in to what is now Russia’s largest producer of ice cream.
With a long heritage in black tea, Joko positions itself as inspiring and supporting South African women for over 100 years, with its master blenders selecting only ‘one in a thousand leaves’ to provide a strong sip in every cup.
Unilever Heartbrand ice creams are sold in more than 40 countries around the world under many different local names, including Streets, Wall's and Algida. Among its products are ice creams that are lower in fat and sugar, and enriched with fruit and calcium, which have been developed through the brand’s innovative food technologies.
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- Global brands (Heartbrand)
- Australia (Streets)
- Austria (Eskimo)
- Chile (Bresler)
- China (Wall's)
- Germany (Langnese)
- India (Kwality Wall’s)
- Indonesia (Wall’s)
- Netherlands (Ola)
- Pakistan (Wall’s)
- Philippines (Selecta)
- Portugal (Ola)
- South Africa (Ola)
- Switzerland DE (Lusso)
- Turkey (Algida)
- UK & Ireland (Wall’s)
- USA (Good Humor)
- Vietnam (Wall’s)
Kissan is a brand of jams and sauces which is popular in India. The products are marketed with children in mind, using packaging that features cartoon characters.
Knorrox is the No 1 stock cube brand in South Africa, giving distinctive meaty taste to any dish, with or without real meat in the pot. The range includes stock cubes, soup and soya mince.
Kuner is an Austrian brand of sauces that began in 1958. It is best known in Austria for its mayonnaise, being the most popular mayonnaise brand in the country, but its range also includes many other sauces such as tartar and chili.
Lan-Choo is a quality small-leaf tea with a smooth mild blend, dating back to 1948 and is a name that Australians can “trust for a great cup of tea”.
Lyons Tea is the No 1 tea brand in Ireland, with a long history in the country and a popular jingle that every Irish person knows: “extra quality, extra flavour, Lyons the quality tea”. More recently, the brand introduced the country's first pyramid-shaped tea-bag. Generations of families have grown up with this quintessentially Irish brand and see it as synonymous with the notion of home and coming home.
Malloa is a well-known brand of ketchup in Chile. Ready-made sauces are also part of the range. In its marketing, the brand emphasises that it uses the best techniques and freshest ingredients in its products.
McColin’s is a tea brand which specialises in providing traditional teas in Peru. The varieties available are pure tea, cinnamon and cloves and anise and camomile.
Mondamin is a German brand of cornstarch (cornflour) which began in 1896. The full range now includes many products for home cooking such as powders for making gravy, pizza dough and pudding mixes.
In the 1930s, PG tips was launched in the UK as a loose-tea leaf. It was originally called Pre-Gest-Tee, as it was thought that tea aided digestion. This was soon abbreviated to PG by grocers and van salesmen. The company adopted this as the official name and added ‘tips’. By the 60s the PG tips tea bag was launched. This was taken a step further in 1996 when the pyramid tea bag was launched, an innovation that provides more space within the tea bag, which acts like a miniature teapot and gives the leaves more room to move. PG tips is one of Unilever’s major tea brands with 100% Rainforest Alliance certified tea.
In 1869 Arthur Brooke, the son of a tea merchant, opened a tea shop in Manchester. That was the start of the Brooke Bond family of teas which are sold in countries around the world, including Russia, India and Pakistan. By 1957 it was probably the largest tea company in the world, with one-third share of both the British and Indian tea markets. There is now a wide range of products available from Brooke Bond including tea bags and loose tea of different varieties.