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Founded in 1860, Warren’s claim to be the oldest producer of Cornish pasties in the world. Also trading under their “Simply Cornish” brand they have 50 stores in Cornwall, Devon and Somerset and make a wide range of breads, cakes and confectionery as well as their renowned pasties.


Cornish Pasties

In addition to the traditional Cornish steak pasty, Warren’s also produce a variety of other pasties including a vegetarian option. Other savouries made by Warren’s include sausage rolls and pies.


Artisan and traditional breads and rolls.


Traditional Cornish cakes from Saffron Cake to Hevva Buns, scones, sweet treats, muffins and stollen cake.


Warren’s make a range of high quality shortbreads using Cornish clotted cream and butter and also a traditional ginger fairing.

Address & Contact

Our Address

W T Warren and Son, Boswedden Road, St Just, Cornwall, TR19 7JP


50.125541, -5.683471999999938



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Chris Pascoe 25th August 2017 2:46 pm
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Your pasties might be expensive, but you can’t put a price on quality.

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  1. I work in Hertfordshire but my daughter sends me warrens pasties on special occasions this time for mother’s Day, I am sorry to say that they are very dry I couldn’t eat the crust, I warmed them in a lower temperature than stated but definitely not the same standard as usual. I have had many warrens pasties but not like these. I hate complaining but felt I had to as they are not cheap. Regards Mrs P Aston.

    1. Hi Pamela. Sorry to hear of your disappointment. We’ve passed your comment on to Warren’s Bakery and hopefully they will be in touch. Regards. Ashley. Food From Cornwall.

  2. If you’ve closed your main pasty making place in st just where are the pasties made not ,if made by different firm you’re no longer the oldest pasties maker in the world

    1. Hi Paul. I understand that Warren’s pasties are now made at their factory in Callington. I’m sure if you email them direct they will provide full details.

    1. I believe that Warren’s (who own the Great British Crisp Co) have put production into mothballs during the pandemic because, obviously, most sales were through pubs and cafes. Now that restrictions are being lifted it might be a good time to contact them and find out their plans? Hope that helps.

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