Paxton & Whitfield

Of Jermyn Street London

Paxton and Whitfield are traditional cheesemakers supporting rural British dairy farms.

Paxton and Whitfield go back centuries, beginning in 1742 as a cheese stall in Aldwych market. As London became increasingly affluent the cheese stall moved closer to its wealthy customers, near to Jermyn Street where there is still a shop today. The Company’s reputation grew steadily, culminating in 1850 with the honour of being appointed cheesemonger to HM Queen Victoria. It was the first of many Royal Warrants that the Company still hold today.

As Winston Churchill once observed “a gentleman only buys his cheese at Paxton & Whitfield.”

The produce shown here is available to add to your order of at least one Fruit and Veg Box. Please ensure you’ve added a Fruit and Veg Box to your order before adding the produce below.