From a tiny sweet shop in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent during the 19th Century, Edward Joseph Walker began making delicious toffee for a handful of local customers.
Using only the finest ingredients, he created a unique recipe which is still used today making Walkers’ toffee a favourite worldwide for over a century.
Walkers’ Nonsuch Toffee takes its name from the famous Nonsuch Palace built by Henry VIII to be the palace of all palaces. There was "Nonsuch like it!"
English Creamy toffees are made with wholemilk and butter.