About Filberts



We believe that life is better with a dash of delicious! That’s why we carefully craft all our artisanal snacks by hand in the heart of Somerset, using only the most exceptional ingredients and flavour combinations possible.

For the Epicurious in search of exciting and high quality snacks but bored in a sea of sameness, Mr Filberts is here to offer delicious snacks that go beyond expectation!


  • Exceptional quality
  • Strikingly delicious
  • Totally natural



Filbert’s Fine Foods was established and launched in July 2010 by a small group of food enthusiasts, led by Mark Taylor, who between them have over 40 years experience in the food business and have been awarded more than 40 Fine Food Awards. Their inspiring and truly creative fine food brand continues to set the market alight with some quirky and inventive recipe creations, becoming listed in leading multiple retailers, hospitality groups and travel foodservice companies. 


Working from their AA BRC accredited kitchens in Glastonbury, Somerset, the Filbert’s team have hand-crafted a range of distinctive award winning products under the Mr Filbert’s brand name. Each inventive snack is created by oven roasting (not frying) the varieties of nuts in Mr Filbert’s very own customised nut roaster, to give what is described as a superior and healthier snack offering. The nuts are then tossed and tumbled with the distinctive combination of ingredients that reflect our quirky recipes from around the world.



So why sell Mr Filberts snacks? Well, there are a few very good reasons;


All the recipes are made with quality, all natural ingredients including locally grown fresh herbs, local honey and hand foraged wild garlic. 


They are naturally free from gluten, diary, artificial flavours, colours and preservatives.


They are the fastest growing snack brand in the UK with annualised growth of over 25%, working with and supporting executive chefs at Youngs, Greene king, Lufthansa, Carnival cruises and most premium food service companies and corporations. 



But if you would prefer to read the opinion of a food critic, here is what Tony Turnbull Food Editor at The Times wrote about Mr Filbert’s snacks;


“For nuts, you find better than Mr Filbert’s. It focuses on treating the best quality nuts as simply as possible (the dry-roasted ones, for example, contain no colourings or preservatives and the classic mixed nuts are smoked for five hours over applewood, to complement rather than mask the flavours). Its specials include mixed nuts infused with (real) black truffle”, “with which I could happily, as Kerridge says, “spoil my tea””.