The Big List of Horseradish Brands

Most people are likely surprised at how many horseradish brands are out there. We certainly left a few off our big list of brands featured below, but this list provides many of the most popular options available. Undoubtedly, you have choices when it comes to horseradish brands and that is most often a really good thing. We hope our list helps you find a horseradish you love or assists you in learning about the products.

Horseradish Brands

Annie’s Homegrown Organic

Website: annies.com

Annie’s began in 1989 by Annie Withey and Andrew Martin. The company is likely best known for their mac & cheese that seems to have become very popular over the past decade. As of 2014, the company is owned by General Mills.

The company makes organic horseradish mustard (pictured above).


Atomic Extra Hot Horseradish Sauce

Website: morehousefoods.com

Atomic is a horseradish brand of Morehouse Foods. It is called Atomic for a reason – because it’s extra hot. Be prepared for some heat despite its gentle white coloring.

The primary ingredients are horseradish (of course) and a unique ingredient for a horseradish, parsnips. Other notable ingredients include oil, mustard, and salt.

This horseradish brand is a favorite for use at restaurants and hotels across America. However, it has now become available to purchase for use in the home kitchen. Find it on Amazon.com.


Beaver Brand

Website: beavertonfoods.com

Beaver Brand Horseradish is made by Beaverton Foods in Oregon. The company began in 1929 with its first product being bottled horseradish. They have since added several products such as ketchup, mustard, and wasabi.

The company makes an array of horseradish such as Cream Style, Deli, Extra Hot, Kosher Beet, Kosher Hot, Siracha, Wasabi, and Whipped Sour Cream Horseradish.


Bertman Original Horseradish Sauce

Website: bertmanballparkmustard.com

Bertman has been around since 1925.  This Cleveland company is well-known in Ohio and Pennsylvania based on the market its founder, Joseph Bertman, created through the years. Bertman Original products are found at the Cleveland sports stadiums and several retailers.

The Bertman horseradish is a creamy and tangy sauce that comes in a 9-ounce bottle.

Ingredients: Soybean Oil, Water, Corn Syrup, Vinegar, Egg Yolks, Modified Corn Starch, Horseradish, Salt, Flavoring, Potassium Sorbate (a preservative), Xanthan Gum and Calcium Disodium EDTA (added to protect flavor).

It can be purchased on Amazon.com or at these locations.


Boar’s Head

Website: boarshead.com

Boar’s Head was founded in 1905 in Brooklyn, New York and specialized in deli meats. It has since moved its headquarters to Sarasota, Florida. The company continues to make deli meats, in addition to cheeses, and a variety of condiments. They produce a pub style horseradish sauce.


Bookbinder’s

Website: bookbindersfoods.com

The Bookbinder’s Food Division is owned by Silver Spring Foods (a horseradish brand featured below) as of 1999. Brookbinder’s (officially called the Old Original Bookbinder’s) was a restaurant in Philadelphia that unfortunately closed in 2008. However, the Richmond, Virginia restaurant is still open for business.

The Bookbinder’s brand horseradishes include: Shelf Stable Prepared Horseradish, Horseradish Mustard, Creamy Horseradish Sauce, and Applewood Smoke Flavored Horseradish.


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Dietz & Watson

Website: dietzandwatson.com

Dietz & Watson produce sausages, deli meats, cheeses, franks, and condiments. The company was started in 1939 by Gottlieb Dietz and is still a family business to this day.

They make the following horseradish products: Horseradish Sauce, Hot & Chunky Horseradish Sauce, Hot & Creamy Horseradish, Smoky Horseradish Sauce, and Cranberry Horseradish Sauce.


Gold’s Pure Foods

Website: goldshorseradish.com

Back in 1930s Brooklyn, delis were wasting a lot of energy producing their own horseradish in their shops. The Gold’s found a solution to this problem by manufacturing their own horseradish and selling it to New York delis.

Today, Gold’s Horseradish is available for purchase by consumers at a long list of stores such as certain Kroger, Publix, and Walmart stores. See the full list of stores here.

The company makes five horseradish products: Prepared Horseradish, Hot Cream Style Horseradish, Horseradish and Beets, Sweet Horseradish and Beets, and Horseradish Sauce.


Inglehoffer

Website: beavertonfoods.com

Inglehoffer is a brand of Beaverton Foods similar to Beaver Brand featured above. This horseradish brand makes a few varieties. These include Cream Style, Extra Hot, Sriracha, and Wasabi horseradish. You have to love the logo image of the man wearing a green hat and sporting a thick, white mustache.


Kelchner’s

Website: kelchnershorseradish.com

Kelchner’s has been making horseradish and other condiments since 1938. They make Horseradish, Cream Horseradish Sauce, and Horseradish with Beets.


Koops’

Website: koopsmustard.com

Koop’s specializes in making mustard. The brand is based out of Pleasant Prairie and is owned by Olds Products Company. They were established in 1897 so it is safe to say they know and thing or two about making quality condiments. Koops’ makes a horseradish mustard


Kozlik’s

Website: kozliks.com

Kozlik’s was launched in 1948 in Canada as a family-owned business. It remains family-owned today. The company focuses on natural ingredients sourced locally to produce high-quality mustard.

Kozlik’s makes a Horseradish Mustard made with the following ingredients: mustard seeds, vinegar, water, horseradish, spices, and salt. Visit the company’s store locator to find this product near you.


Kraft

Website: myfoodandfamily.com

Kraft is officially known as Kraft Heinz after Kraft merged with Heinz in 2015. Some of their other condiment brands include A1 and Grey Poupon. Kraft makes a horseradish sauce (pictured above) that is readily available at many grocery stores in America.


Morehouse

Website: morehousefoods.com

Morehouse Foods began as a mustard brand in Los Angles way back in 1898. Soon after, the company began to produce horseradish. They have remained a family-owned business since Mr. Morehouse launch the company in the late 1800s.

Morehouse produces a few kinds of horseradish: Horseradish Mustard, Prepared Horseradish, and Cream-Style Horseradish. They also make Atomic Horseradish featured above.


Reese

Reese is the leader in producing specialty foods found in many grocery stores. They make several varieties of horseradish including Sriracha Horseradish, Wasabi Horseradish, Prepared Horseradish, Cream Style Horseradish, and Horseradish Sauce.


Silver Spring

Website: horseradish.org/about-us/silver-spring-foods

Silver Spring Foods was launched in 1929 by Ellis Huntsinger. Huntsinger would bottle and sell his horseradish around his hometown. Today, it is the largest grower and processor of horseradish across the world. The company’s horseradish product include: Beet Horseradish, Cranberry Horseradish, Cream Style, Extra Hot Prepared Horseradish, Fresh Ground, and Prepared Horseradish.  


Woeber’s

Website: woebermustard.com

Woeber’s started in 1905 by Carl Woeber, an immigrant from Germany. It began in Springfield, Ohio out of Carl’s home as a door-to-door business. The company’s growth was strong that by 1915 they opened their first manufacturing facility.

Woeber’s horseradish products include: Pure Horseradish, Pure Horseradish Extra Hot, Horseradish Mustard, and Beet Horseradish.

Other horseradish brands owned by Woeber’s are Crowing Touch, Sandwich Pals, Woeber’s Reserve, and Woeber’s Supreme. View all the horseradish products for these brands on the company’s website.


Zatarain’s

Website: mccormick.com/zatarains

Zatarain’s is primarily popular for its seasonings and spices, particularly related to Cajun and Creole. The company began in 1889 under the name Papoose Pure Food Products with one of its first products being root beer. They later moved into condiments, spices, and related foods.

Today, the company is owned by McCormick & Company. They produce an assortment of products such as frozen entrees, breadings, biscuit mixes, sauces, and much more.

Zatarain’s makes a prepared horseradish  made with vinegar, lemon juice concentrate, and spices.


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