Baked in a Brick Oven
Assorted Biscuits for Cheese
The story of Carr’s began during the British Industrial Revolution when Jonathan Carr set up a small bakery in the city of Carlisle in 1831. Carr’s Table Water in their original form first appeared in the late 19th century as a refinement of the ship’s biscuit. Water instead of fat was used to blend the dry ingredients in order to keep the biscuits fresh for long voyages.
Carr’s Table Water are still baked today using traditional brick ovens, in the proud tradition established by Jonathan Dodgson Carr.
Suitable for Vegetarians