Founder Jack Morton always had dreams of being a chef. Aged fourteen, he set about teaching himself how to cook and he stumbled across a fudge recipe from an old Irish cookbook. Having tweaked the recipe, he began selling his fudge in Arcadia Delicatessen in Belfast whilst working there every Saturday.
Selling his fudge as Arcadia Deli, Belfast’s own brand, Jack established a loyal following of customers. Leaving to study at university in Edinburgh, Jack put his fudge making on hold. During that time, Arcadia customers were asking for “Jack’s fudge”.
Now, having returned from university with a degree in business management, Jack has renewed his passion for making fudge. Jack dreams for his fudge to become a renowned and loved brand of fudge!
Jack’s Fudge has been awarded two stars in the Great Taste Awards for their Original Vanilla Fudge and was voted NI Food Produce of the Year in the NI Food Awards 2019. Jack’s Fudge has also been recently been featured in Vogue magazine.
What They Do
Jack's Original Vanilla Fudge, Jack's Salted Caramel Fudge, Jack's Chocolate Orange Fudge, Jack's Gingerbread Fudge (sold only between September and December) and Jack's Assorted Fudge Gift Box. They are sold by the case. Case contains twelve packets in which the flavours can be mixed and matched.
Where To Buy
Arcadia Delicatessen, Sawers Ltd, Born & Bred (city centre and George Best Belfast City Airport), Two Sisters, Maud’s Lisburn, Indie Fude, The Meat Merchant, Sherpa Ice Cream, Railway Cottage Farm Shop, Deli on the Green, Ebb & Flow, Yellow Door Deli, Warke’s Deli, Picnic Deli, The Dairy and the Belfry Deli.