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BISTER, BELGIAN MUSTARD AND SAUCES JUST THE WAY YOU LIKE THEM

Welcome to our delicately spiced world, the world of Belgian taste ‘par excellence’. Since 1926 and after a few million jars of mustard, sauces and piccalilli, Bister still proudly stands on tables all over Belgium. And today, in an ORGANIC version as well. The secret? Quality products, a family spirit that has remained intact and traditions that have been tuned to the modern world.

TRADITIONAL RECIPES

The key to our success? Scrupulously respected Belgian recipes based on time-honoured expertise. Our master sauce makers are the guardians of a cherished heritage.

FAMILY SPIRIT

More than just a family product, Bister, above all, remains a family story. Ours, but also yours. Conviviality, loyalty and shared moments are what tie us together.

QUALITY INGREDIENTS

The ingredients in our mustard and sauces are steadily monitored to guarantee the taste and flavours that have made Bister into a league of its own.

AN ICONIC JAR

For many of us, the famous ‘grenade’ jar is like Proust’s Madeleine: capable of awakening, all by itself, memories as sweet as they are fiery.

A REAL LOCAL STORY

If we can pride ourselves on being the gatekeepers of the indescribable Belgian taste and the leader in mustard in Belgium, it is because of our past. We have been prone to take risks, to explore, to innovate and to cherish expertise. From the famous mustard Impériale to our latest organic sauces—and not forgetting the legendary grenade jar—let us tell you about the values and family history behind Bister.

OUR PRODUCT FAMILY

May we introduce you to good ingredients, simple gourmet recipes, the first 100% Belgian mustard and ORGANIC versions too? Welcome to the Bister family. Mustard, mayonnaises, sauces, piccalillis, there’s bound to be something that suits your tastes—and what’s more: it’s all made in Belgium.

OUR GOURMET RECIPES

Get inspired by our home-cooking recipes, from the obvious to the most refined. Whether you go for Belgian classics or something new, these plates will be finger-licking good. What do they all have in common? The Bister touch, of course!