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Great tasting home grown marmalade

Big Fat Hen Marmalade Making Company produce great tasting home grown marmalade.


Formed in 2015, Heather’s Big Fat Hen Marmalade Making Company is New Zealand newest high quality marmalade company.

The knowledgeable and friendly team behind Heathers Big Fat Hen Marmalade Making Company, have a tradition of supplying the best quality jams and marmalades to the top hotels in New Zealand since last century.

These high-profile hotels include the Langham, Stamford, Millbrook and international flights out of New Zealand.

Blend Jams are now launching a consumer brand known as Heather’s Big Fat Hen Marmalade Making Company.

Using only the freshest and the best products for their Marmalade, the Big Fat Hen Marmalade Making Company range will reflect the finest fruits available each season.


The Big Fat Hen Marmalade Making Company are developing a uniquely New Zealand taste and brand with their quality marmalade, with some delicious twists. They will have a few surprises and unusual flavours that will have marmalade fans watering at the mouth to try.

Two key personal at The Big Fat Hen Marmalade Making Company are Tony Vercauteren and Hannah Hammond.

Tony Vercauteren has a wealth of experience as an entrepreneur with a marketing background in successful start-ups. Hannah Hammond is a mastermind in ensuring the smooth running of the cooking process.


To be always one step ahead of everyone else on the market, Blend Jams have a number of other exciting products coming soon to the New Zealand Market. ’Mahuika’ hot sauce, a mint sauce, a mustard and beer ranges are in development phase.


If you are wanting to try some of these mouth-watering and delicious marmalades, contact the friendly and helpful team at The Big Fat Hen Marmalade Making Company.

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