We welcome media involvement in our business. For media enquiries, images and samples please contact Patrick Le Mesurier by email to or telephone Landline: +44(0)1483 527992 - Mobile: +44(0)7867 793267

What the media says:

local foods

“Superb. We really are spoilt for choice,”


For a great summery starter or light lunch try ...Prawn Fishcakes with a dollop of Le Mesurier Bearnaise Sauce.

BBC Good Food


Classic Béarnaise can be a bit of a fiddle, but this new ready-mad one would pass as homemade. Serve cold for a thick dollop, or gently warm through to thin, then spoon over grilled steak.
BBC Good Food for a new condiment to accompany your bubble and squeak this year? Try Piccalilli Chutney from Le Range Mesurier. This crunchy and colourful treat is perfect alongside cold cuts, pies and cheese boards.
My Weekly

Sheengate Publishing: Magazine advertising with Surrey's largest lifestyle publisherSurrey food connoisseurs will know that Godalming-based Patrick Le Mesurier’s excellent sauces are hard to beat.  So why not grab a gift bag of festive condiments and zhuzh up that Christmas stocking.
Surrey Downs

Surrey Life LogoBlazing a trail at awards ... (Hot Horseradish Sauce – Great Taste Award)
Surrey Life

Cook it like a Roux – The new range includes a horseradish mustard, Boxing Day chutney, dill mustard sauce and pickled shallots in balsamic vinegar.
Meat Trade Journal Mesurier’s new apple-based Boxing Day chutney is suited to both meat and cheese. Patrick Le Mesuirer has also created a classic dill mustard sauce for smoked salmon and horseradish mustard for roast beef. The final festive product is pickled shallots in balsamic vinegar described as a “gourmet alternative” to regular pickled onions.
Fine Food Digest up your tuna, chicken or salad with a dollop of Le Mesurier’s Citrus Mayonnaise.  With a hint of lemon this creamy sensation adds summer zing!
My Weekly

Homes & Gardens magazine subscriptionsCitrus Mayonnaise is silky smooth with a delicious zing that makes it perfect with summery salads, shellfish, waxy new potatoes and artichokes.
Homes & Gardens


Great British Food MagazineThe flavours of fresh red peppers and tomatoes are followed by a spicy kick of chilli. The thick texture complements the bold flavours and the sauce can be used as a dip for crunchy vegetables or a simple sauce to jazz up any burger. It also works well as a marinade when combined with a little oil and fresh herbs. (Red Pepper & Chilli Ketchup)
Great British Food


Join us on Facebookjoin us on Twitter