Here’s the full dish

Here’s the full dish

The Taylor Provisions Company

What’s in the name?

We, at The Taylor Provisions Company, pride ourselves with setting the highest standards in our industry. Using a time-honored recipe to create pork roll calls for the leanest cuts of pork along with a proprietary blend of spices to develop the signature tangy flavor of The Original Taylor Pork Roll. Crafting pork roll is a labor…

The Taylor Provisions Company

Trusted Iconic Products

Quintessential New Jerseyana, Taylor Pork Roll and Taylor Ham are recognized icons of the pork industry.
Through exacting standards as well as utilizing the highest quality ingredients of lean pork, salt, sugar, and a proprietary blend of spices, Taylor Pork Roll is a premium product that delivers on freshness and quality.

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Taylor Pork Roll is synonymous with New Jersey and is the mainstay of many diners, delicatessens, coffee shops and food trucks. Taylor Pork Roll is a featured product at major supermarkets and grocery stores up and down the eastern seaboard, in many states and regions east of the Mississippi River as well as in selected stores and restaurants across the USA.

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A history influenced by revolution, meat packing, politics and a love for Opera.

For over 168 years, The Taylor Provisions Company has been steadfast in maintaining the highest standards of quality.

The first Taylor to set foot on the shores of North America was Samuel Taylor who sailed from England in 1677 and settled in Chesterfield Township in western New Jersey.

His grandson, Colonel John Taylor originated the recipe for minced ham.

In fact, through the years and over many decades, Taylor’s recipe for minced ham has been perfected into what we call today, Taylor Pork Roll.

Colonel Taylor was a purveyor of meat in the early 1770’s and his recipe for minced ham was a popular dish during the formative years of the United States. Read more

John Taylor

A history influenced by revolution, meat packing, politics and a love for Opera.

For over 168 years, The Taylor Provisions Company has been steadfast in maintaining the highest standards of quality.

The first Taylor to set foot on the shores of North America was Samuel Taylor who sailed from England in 1677 and settled in Chesterfield Township in western New Jersey.

His grandson, Colonel John Taylor originated the recipe for minced ham.

In fact, through the years and over many decades, Taylor’s recipe for minced ham has been perfected into what we call today, Taylor Pork Roll.

Colonel Taylor was a purveyor of meat in the early 1770’s and his recipe for minced ham was a popular dish during the formative years of the United States. Read more

J ohn Taylor
The Trentonian, entitled: “The 10 Crucial Days at Trenton.”

Copy of an ad which appeared in the Bi-Centennial edition of The Trentonian, entitled: “The 10 Crucial Days at Trenton.”

The packing house and stockyard of John Taylor. Pork Packer and Dealer in Live Stock. Trenton, NJ.

The packing house and stockyard of John Taylor.
Pork Packer and Dealer in Live Stock. Trenton, NJ.

Find Taylor Pork Roll near you

Find Taylor Pork Roll near you

Taylor Pork Roll is synonymous with New Jersey and is the mainstay of many diners, delicatessens, coffee shops and food trucks. Taylor Pork Roll is a featured product at major supermarkets and grocery stores up and down the eastern seaboard, in many states and regions east of the Mississippi River as well as in selected stores and restaurants across the USA.

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Own an original piece of Taylor

Watch for our Taylor Shop coming online soon

  • This is How I Roll tshirt
  • This is How I Roll tshirt

My Taylor Pork Roll Love Story

My Taylor Pork Roll Love Story

“My Dad worked for Taylor Provisions Co. for 30 years, so we grew up on Pork Roll. As an employee bonus, he received a 6 pound roll every paycheck, so we ate it morning, noon, and night. At the time it certainly wasn’t considered a “Treat”. Now I long for the taste of a pork roll, egg, and cheese sandwich. In our house, it was called “Taylors.” The other brand was a “No No”!

Peggy, Morrisville, Pa., now Phoenix, AZ.

I worked at Taylor Pork Roll on the Atlantic City Boardwalk the summer of 1969 as a teenager. I remember meeting Sandler and Young when they were appearing at the Steel Pier. They came in to eat and I asked them for an autographed picture which Ralph Sandler graciously dropped off to me. I also saw Pat Paulsen playing miniature golf outside the back door of Taylor’s. Lots of memories.

Charles, Sicklerville, NJ

My husband moved our family away from New Jersey 10 years ago. It was not a happy time for me and my young son. I yearned for Taylor ham every Sunday morning. After we divorced I moved back to Harrison and my first stop was a visit to The Topps Diner to introduce my teenage son to Taylor ham. He exclaimed that faithful day “Mom, Now I see why you dragged me to Harrison, Taylor ham really is worth the trip”

Donna, Harrison, NJ

When I was a kid in the late 60’s my friends and I walked over the Calhoun Street Bridge from Morrisville PA to Trenton NJ to visit the museum and watch a movie. Right next to the movie house was a Taylor Pork Roll restaurant. We ended our visit by eating 2 or 3 pork roll sandwiches before we walked home.

Scott, Morrisville, Pa.

When I was a child, no vacation to Atlantic City was complete without eating a Taylor pork roll sandwich on the Boardwalk. I’ve been buying it all my life and no matter how good it is. I can never duplicate the taste that it had there. I’ve fried, broiled and microwaved it. O, for another sandwich by the sea!

Joseph, Baltimore, MD

When I lived in Ocean City, NJ, when I was much younger, there was a place on the boardwalk where you could get a Taylor Pork Roll sandwich. I moved recently to DE and they hardly know what I’m talking about, and don’t know to cut a couple notches in each slice and fry it.

Nancy, Seaford, DE
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