Biscuits may have been eaten for centuries, but the ones produced by Fox’s are in a class of their own. Fox’s biscuits are baked in the UK with a very specific mandate: to be better than any other. Consumers seem to agree, making the brand a household name in the UK and far beyond its borders. What started out as a small Victorian-era bakery in Batley in 1853 has grown into a modern enterprise that bakes more than six billion biscuits a year and sends them all over the world. But they haven’t forgotten their family roots. Some of Fox’s biscuits are still baked back home, in Batley. There is something for everyone in the Fox’s range. The quintessential “cuppa”, whether leisurely made or quickly brewed, is perfectly rounded off with something you can dunk, dip or nibble on from Fox’s. Movie nights and coffee catch-ups aren’t complete without some of their chunky, chocolatey cookies; children’s days are brightened by Fox’s colourful Party Rings; and both young and old can slip a snack-ready biscuit bar into their bag before heading off to school, work or on an outdoor adventure.