Mustard Brands: The Big List

Open just about any refrigerator in North America and you will have pretty good odds of finding at least one mustard brand. According to, approximately 282 million Americans used mustard in 2019 [1]. While mustard is surpassed by mayonnaise, BBQ sauce, and ketchup as the most popular condiments, it is still widely used across America as a topping and in numerous recipes.

Below you will find our big list of the best mustard brands. We hope this list will inspire you to try a new brand of mustard or at least help you learn about what is out there.

Our list certainly does not include all mustard brands. However, we did include many popular mustard products readily available in the United States. We will continue to add brands through the months and years ahead.


French’s is undoubtedly the most popular mustard brand in the United States. According to Statista, an amazing 148.23 million Americans used French’s in 2019. If you like mustard, this is the brand you’ve likely had at some point in your life.

French’s is owned by McCormick & Company who is likely known by most people for its array spices found at supermarkets. The French’s brand first appeared at the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904 served on none other than a classic hot dog.

The product line of French’s Mustard includes the following:

  • Classic Yellow
  • True Organics Classic Yellow
  • Dijon Horseradish Stone Ground
  • Dijon
  • Dijon Hickory Smoked Stone Ground
  • Honey Dijon
  • Stone Ground Dijon
  • Sweet Onion Stone Ground

  • Brown Sugar Bourbon Stone Ground
  • Horseradish Deli Mustard
  • Roasted Garlic Stone Ground
  • Spicy Brown Deli
  • Honey Mustard
  • Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce
  • Sweet & Smoky BBQ Mustard Dipping Sauce
  • Sweet Buffalo Mustard Dipping Sauce


Heinz is famously known for its ketchup, but the company also makes ketchup’s close condiment friend, mustard. The company dates back to 1869 where it began by selling pickles, vinegar, horseradish, and other sauces close to Pittsburgh. Heinz has been making mustard for years, but it wasn’t until 2015 that the company relaunched its mustard to focus on 100% natural ingredients. The relaunch placed Heinz mustard in retailers nationwide for the first time in an effort to take a slice of the pie that French’s has dominated for some time.

The product line of Heinz Mustard includes the following:

  • Yellow Mustard
  • Organic Yellow Mustard
  • Honey Mustard
  • Spicy Brown Mustard
  • Spicy Yellow Mustard

Grey Poupon

Grey Poupon was founded in Dijon, France in the year 1866. The company started because of a partnership between Maurice Grey, the owner of a machine that produced Dijon mustard, and Auguste Poupon, a fellow mustard manufacturer. Grey Poupon is currently owned by Kraft Heinz and is produced in Holland, Michigan for the Unites States market.

The mustard is known for its use of white wine as an ingredient. The wine brings an element class at an affordable price as demonstrated through the company’s brilliant television advertising campaign in the 1980s featuring rich guys and Rolls-Royce cars.

The products of Grey Poupon are as follows:

  • Dijon Mustard
  • Country Dijon
  • Bistro Sauce


Gulden’s is associated with Conagra Foods who produces other familiar brands such as Vlasic, Slim Jim, and Duncan Hines. Gulden’s sits behind French’s and Grey Poupon as the third largest mustard maker in America.

The company was started by Charles Gulden in mid-1800s New York and remains the oldest in the United States for manufacturing mustard on a continuous basis.

The five products produced by Gulden’s are:

  • Bold Yellow Mustard
  • Spicy Brown Mustard
  • Honey Mustard

  • Sriracha Mustard
  • Stone Ground Dijon


Plochman’s was started by Moritz Plochman in the late 1800s. Plochman purchased an existing mustard company out of Chicago known as Premium Mustard Mills, which would later be known as Plochman. It wasn’t until 1957 that the company developed the classic squeezable barrel that the mustard is well known for today.

The company makes a wide-array of mustard products:

  • Original Mild Yellow Mustard
  • Chicago Fire Yellow Mustard
  • Chili Dog Yellow Mustard
  • The Works Chicago Yellow Mustard
  • Craft Beer Blended Mustard
  • Bourbon Blended Mustard
  • Classic Dijon Blended Mustard
  • Cuban Style Blended Mustard
  • Horseradish Blended Mustard
  • Balsamic Blended Mustard
  • Tequila Blended Mustard
  • Harvest Honey Blended Mustard
  • Honey Dijon Blended Mustard
  • Cranberry Craft Mustard
  • Sweet Fig Craft Mustard
  • Stone Ground Craft Mustard


Kosciusko is a brand of mustard made by Plochman’s. The brand has the following three flavors:

  • Coarse Grain Mustard
  • Spicy Brown Mustard
  • Lager Beer Mustard


Colman’s is one of the classic brands of mustard available today. The company was established in 1814 in Norfolk county, England. In 1926, the company actually acquire the modern day mustard behemoth French’s. However, Colman’s and French’s are no longer associated. Colman’s is currently owned by Unilever.

In addition to its dry mustard often found in the spice aisle at stores, the company makes a prepared mustard made from white and brown mustard seeds.


Inglehoffer is a brand of Beaverton Foods. The company was started in the Depression era by Rose Biggi who worked out of her home to create bottled horseradish that she could sell at stores locally. Biggi’s son, Gene, has since carried on the hardworking family tradition of producing high-quality condiments.

Inglehoffer mustard products include the following:

  • Applewood Smoked Bacon Mustard
  • Bread & Butter Pickle Mustard
  • Cranberry Mustard
  • Creamy Dill Mustard
  • Ghost Pepper Mustard
  • Hot Dijon
  • Original Stone Ground Mustard
  • Organic Stone Ground Mustard
  • Sweet Honey Mustard
  • Sweet Hot Mustard
  • Sweet Hot Pepper
  • Curry Mustard
  • Deli Mustard
  • Dijon Stone Ground Mustard
  • Extra Hot Horseradish Mustard
  • Honey Maple Mustard
  • Honey Mustard
  • Organic Honey Mustard
  • Spicy Brown Mustard
  • Sriracha Mustard
  • Traditional Dijon Mustard
  • Wasabi Horseradish Mustard

Beaver Brand

Beaver Brand is another brand owned by Beaverton Foods similar to Inglehoffer featured directly above. The brand has a nice selection of mustard products including some unique flavors.

The Beaver Mustard Brand products are:

  • American Picnic Mustard
  • Bread & Butter Pickle Mustard
  • Chinese Hot Mustard
  • Coney Island Hot Dog Mustard
  • Cranberry Mustard
  • Deli Mustard
  • Dusseldorf Mustard
  • Ghost Pepper Mustard
  • Hickory Bacon Mustard
  • Honey Mustard ‘N Mayonnaise
  • Honey Mustard
  • Jalapeno Mustard
  • Mild Dijon Mustard
  • Russian Mustard
  • Spicy Stone Ground Mustard
  • Sriracha Mustard
  • Stone Ground Mustard
  • Sweet Hot Mustard
  • Wasabi Horseradish Mustard

Napa Valley Mustard Co Brand

Napa Valley is yet another brand owned by Beaverton Food. The brand consists of a small selection of mustard products that are listed below.

  • Dijon Mustard
  • Habanero Mustard
  • Honey Mustard
  • Hot Sweet Mustard
  • Whole Grain Mustard

Sir Kensington’s

Sir Kensington’s is a relatively new player in the condiment market being founded in 2010. As of 2017, the company is a subsidiary of consumer goods company, Unilever. The company makes a small selection of condiments with quality in mind. The products are non-GMO with the use of certified humane free range eggs.

The Sir Kensington’s Yellow Mustard ingredients are: water, distilled vinegar, mustard seed, salt, fair trade organic cane sugar, turmeric, paprika, cloves, cinnamon, allspice, and coriander. There certainly are a lot of unique ingredients in this mustard such as cinnamon, allspice, and cloves that you do not find other mustard brands.

The mustard products produced by Sir Kensington’s are as follows:

  • Yellow Mustard
  • Spicy Brown Mustard
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Honey Mustard


You likely know Annie’s from their macaroni and cheese if you have kids or love it yourself. However, the company makes a variety of foods such as cereal, snacks, dressing, and condiments. This General Mills owned company was found in 1989 and is a leader in organic foods.

The company manufactures four types of mustard:

  • Organic Yellow Mustard
  • Organic Dijon Mustard

  • Organic Horseradish Mustard
  • Organic Honey Mustard Dressing


Maille dates back to mid-18th century France. A man named Antoine-Claude Maille began producing popular mustard products that were even used by the court of Louis XV.

The company was once owned by Grey-Poupon in the late 1800s. After a few other owners, the company was purchased by Unilever in 2000 where it remains today. 

As you will see below, Maille makes several intriguing flavors of mustard that are certainly worth a try if you are looking to venture beyond the ordinary.

  • Old Style Mustard
  • Lemon, Garlic, and White Wine Mustard
  • Sun-dried Tomato, Espelette Chili Pepper, and White Wine Mustard
  • Fig, Coriander and White Wine Mustard
  • Parmesan Cheese, Basil, and White Wine Mustard
  • Dijon Blackcurrant Liqueur and White Wine Mustard
  • Honey Mustard with Modena Balsamic Vinegar
  • Chanterelle and Oyster Mushrooms and White Wine Mustard
  • Mustard with White Truffle and Parmesan
  • White Truffle Mustard with Chardonnay White Wine
  • Celeriac, Black Truffle and White Wine Mustard
  • Dill, Lime, and White Wine Mustard
  • Blue Cheese and White Wine Mustard
  • Pesto and Arugula Mustard with White Wine
  • Horseradish Dijon Mustard
  • Traditional Dijon Mustard
  • Honey Dijon Mustard
  • Rich Country Dijon Mustard
  • Toasted Onions, Wild Thyme, and White Wine Mustard
  • Morel Mushroom and Chablis White Wine Mustard
  • Mustard with Whiskey and Smoked Pepper
  • Black Truffle Mustard with Chablis White Wine
  • Whole Grain Mustard with Chardonnay White Wine
  • Walnuts and White Wine Mustard
  • Dijon Orginale Mustard with White Wine


Nathan’s dates back to 1916 Coney Island where Nathan Handwerker opened his first hot dog stand. The 5 cent hot dogs would eventually become world renown. The company not only runs restaurants and the famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest, but they also produce several products found in grocery stores such as hot dogs, buns, onion rings, fries, sauces and condiments.

Nathan’s makes the below two styles of mustard:

  • Deli Style Mustard

  • Spicy Brown Mustard


Koops’ has been making mustard since 1897. At the time of this article they produce 14 flavors of mustard, including several organic option.

Koop’s products are:

  • Original Yellow Mustard
  • Stone Ground Mustard
  • Horseradish Mustard
  • Arizona Heat Mustard
  • Spicy Brown
  • Dijon
  • Honey Dijon
  • Honey Mustard
  • Dusseldorf
  • Jalapeno
  • Organic Yellow Mustard
  • Organic Dijon
  • Organic Stone Ground
  • Organic Spicy Brown


Woeber’s dates back to 1905 when Carl Woeber came to the United States from Germany and started making mustard products. He didn’t have a huge manufacturing facility but rather worked out of his home. Sales were completed by going from home to home.

Today, Woeber’s is not just a mustard brand. It manufactures an array of products including mayonnaise, dips, vinegar, garlic & horseradish, lemon juice, and organic products.

The company’s mustard products include:

  • Creamy Dijon
  • Dijon
  • Salad Style Mustard
  • Spicy Brown Mustard
  • Yellow Mustard
  • Sweet & Spicy Mustard
  • Superior Mustard
  • Dusseldorf Mustard
  • Genuine American Yellow Mustard
  • Woeber’s Supreme Horseradish Mustard
  • Simply Supreme Craft Beer Mustard
  • Simply Supreme Dijon
  • Simply Supreme Whole Grain Dijon
  • Simply Supreme Honey Mustard
  • Simply Supreme Organic Deli Mustard
  • Simply Supreme Organic Dijon

  • Simply Supreme Organic Spicy Brown Mustard
  • Simply Supreme Organic Whole Grain Mustard
  • Simply Supreme Organic Yellow Mustard
  • Simply Supreme Sriracha Mustard
  • Simply Supreme Superior Brown Mustard
  • Woeber’s Supreme Wasabi Mustard
  • Honey Mustard
  • Horseradish Mustard
  • Hot & Spicy Mustard
  • Jalapeno Mustard
  • Woeber’s Reserve Champagne Dill Mustard
  • Woeber’s Reserve Cranberry Honey Mustard
  • Woeber’s Reserve Cranberry Honey Mustard
  • Woeber’s Reserve Southwest Mustard
  • Woeber’s Reserve Whole Grain Dijon

Crowning Touch

Crowning Touch is a brand made by Woeber’s. The brand’s mustard products include:

  • Dijon
  • Honey Spice Mustard
  • Horseradish Mustard
  • Spicy Brown Mustard
  • Jalapeno Mustard

Mister Mustard

Mister Mustard is another brand of Woeber’s that makes the following mustard products.

  • Original Mustard
  • Mustard with Honey
  • Sweet Hot Mustard


Weber’s was established in 1922 by Joseph Weber and John Heintz. The company hails from Buffalo, New York and naturally has strong sales in western New York where people love their Weber’s mustard. A favorite among New Yorkers and beyond is the company’s Horseradish Mustard. The company is family owned as it has been since the beginning. 

The mustard products include:

  • Horseradish Mustard
  • Hot Garlic Mustard
  • Jalapeno Mustard

Silver Spring

Silver Spring Foods has been based out of Eau Claire, Wisconsin since the company’s founding in 1929. Ellis Huntsinger, the founder, began by producing prepared and bottled horseradish to the local community. The company remains family owned today being run by the granddaughter of Ellis Huntsinger and her sons . 

Silver Spring makes the following mustard:

  • Yellow Mustard
  • Beer ‘n Brat Mustard
  • Chipotle Mustard
  • Deli Style Mustard
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Dill Mustard
  • Jalapeno Mustard
  • Honey Mustard
  • Whole Grain Mustard

WestBrae Natural

Westbrae Natural began as a grocery store in 1970 specializing in selling organic veggies and fruits among other healthy products. The company eventually moved out of the retail business to focus on making vegetarian products that were sold in supermarkets and smaller stores. The company is currently owned by The Hain Celestial Group.

Westbrae Natural mustard products:

  • Organic Yellow Mustard
  • Stoneground Mustard
  • Stoneground Mustard No Salt
  • Dijon Style


Zatarain’s is now known for its Cajun-style products and spices, but the company did not start out making these products. The founder, Emile Zatarain Sr., began the business making products like root beer, extracts, and mustard. The company is currently owned by McCormick & Company.

The Zatarain’s mustard products are:

  • Creole Mustard
  • Spicy Brown Mustard

Nance’s Mustards & Condiments

It all started in 1925 by Nance Delmarle who developed several key recipes for mustard, wing sauce, chili sauce, and corn relish out of her kitchen. The desire for her food started locally in upstate New York and snowballed to all of the Northeast. The classics along with some new additions are currently produced.

Nance’s Mustard products include:

  • Sharp & Creamy Mustard
  • Honey Mustard

  • Hot Mustard

Sierra Nevada

Sierra Nevada started as a home-brewing hobby around 1980 producing a pale ale. It turned it a major success through the years as beer production and sales grew.  The company’s founders, Ken Grossman and Paul Camusi, were revolutionary in starting the craft brewing trend that began in the 80s and still is going strong today.

The company produces a selection of food items including hot sauce, BBQ sauce, toffee, chocolate, and mustard.

The mustard varieties are as follows:

  • Pale Ale & Honey Spice Mustard
  • Porter & Spicy Brown Mustard
  • Stout & Stone Ground Mustard
  • Pale Ale Raspberry Mustard


Organicville was launched in 2004 making it a relatively new addition to the food world. They specialize in making organic foods such as dressings, sauces, condiments, and marinades.

The company’s mustard products include:

  • Organic Dijon
  • Organic Stone Ground Mustard
  • Organic Yellow Mustard


Amora is one of the most popular mustard brands in France. It is located in Dijon, France so they undoubtedly know a thing or two about making mustard. The company is a subsidiary of Unilever.

Amora mustard products are:

  • Dijon

  • Extra-strong French Dijon

Boar’s Head

Boar’s Head is another company that produces mustard that has its roots in New York. The company was established in 1905 by Frank Brunchhorst with the company’s first manufacturing plant opening in 1933, Brooklyn. The company is currently headquartered in Sarasota, Florida. They makes an array of food products such as meats, dips, and cheeses.

Boar’s Head mustard product include:

  • Delicatessen Style Mustard
  • Lower Sodium Yellow Mustard
  • Honey Mustard

Bertman Original

Bertman began in the 1920s by Joseph Bertman who came to America from Poland. Through his extremely hard work as a business man, he developed a large sales territory in Ohio and Pennsylvania including deals for exclusive distribution rights of several foods.

Bertman Original’s current product list of mustard includes:

  • Bertman Original Ball Park Mustard
  • Great Lakes Brewing Dortmunder Beer Mustard
  • Cleveland Indians Bertman Original Ball Park Mustard


Stadium was founded by David Dwoskin, an employee of Bertman. Dwoskin brought the brown mustard served at Cleveland stadiums to supermarkets under the name The Authentic Stadium Mustard through his company Davis Food Co. It is not only available at retail locations today, but also at approximately 150 stadiums in the United States.

Stadium produces the following mustard products:

  • The Authentic Stadium Mustard

Robert Rothschild

Robert Rothschild was started by Sara and Bob Rothschild in Ohio over 35 years ago on many acres of farmland. The initial significant crop was red raspberries, which was the backbone of the initial business. Today, the company makes sauces, dips, preserves, condiments, snack foods, and dessert toppings.

The Robert Rothschild mustard products are:

  • Anna Mae’s Smoky Mustard
  • Champagne Dill Honey Mustard
  • Raspberry Honey Mustard
  • Raspberry Wasabi Dipping Mustard
  • Blue Cheese Dijon Mustard
  • Cilantro Jalapeno Mustard
  • Sweet & Spicy Mustard

Final Thoughts

While we intend to routinely update the products listed here, please refer to the brand websites for the latest product information. Most of the brand websites are linked above to make it easy for readers to access the product data. We hope you found this list of mustard brands useful!


[1] U.S. Population: Do you use mustard? –