This is a copy of a topic I have put into Cookery but as this is the Old ân Bold section I thought I would put it here also. My apologies if this has been done before and for the paucity of information but if anyone has any suggestions, I would be most grateful There was a particular type of tinned compo sausage which I loved (back in the â60s and â70s) and I would very much like to get them commercially if possible. Jarrod kindly pointed me in the direction of Sausages in Lard (made by Westlers) but they are not the ones I remember with such affection â they are much more salty, donât have the same consistency and, if I recall, are not as thick. It just occurs to me that there were rumours that some sausages were made from soya bean. If the rumours were correct, might these be the ones I am thinking of? The cans were the standard size â not the small ones â and the sausages were so closely packed the sides in contact with other sausages were almost flat. Also, the cans contained only sausages â nothing else. When cooked the skin trended to break but the sausage was left intact. "cantbearsed2" has suggested they were part of the 10 man pack, but I cannot vouch for that.