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Quince Jelly

£3.95

 

Of all the jams and preserves we make, Quince Jelly would have to be the most useful.

You can use it to glaze Ham, stir it into Sauces, and serve it up with Cheeses. It’s somewhat ironic then that we make it so rarely, as we don’t often get our hands on the fruit as they are not readily available and thus this is a limited product.

Thankfully, a fellow trader on the Farmers Markets we also attend grows a small amount quince so we are fortunate to get our hands on some when they are in season.…

Quince is native to rocky slopes and woodland margins in South-West Asia, Armenia, Turkey, Georgia and Iran although it thrives in a variety of climates and can be grown successfully at latitudes as far north as Scotland. It should not be confused with its relatives, the Chinese quince or the flowering quinces of genus either of which is sometimes used as culinary substitutes.

Nutritional Information 

Quinces (37.6%), Sugar (33.8%), Water (28.2%), Lemon Juice (0.38%)

PLEASE NOTE ALL OUR PRODUCTS ARE SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS, VEGANS & CELIACS

As with all of our products full documentation covering EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation No. 1169/2011 (EUFIC) Allergenic ingredients by way of a Allergen Checker document can be supplied on request.

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Product Description

 

Of all the jams and preserves we make, Quince Jelly would have to be the most useful.

You can use it to glaze Ham, stir it into Sauces, and serve it up with Cheeses. It’s somewhat ironic then that we make it so rarely, as we don’t often get our hands on the fruit as they are not readily available and thus this is a limited product.

Thankfully, a fellow trader on the Farmers Markets we also attend grows a small amount quince so we are fortunate to get our hands on some when they are in season.…

Quince is native to rocky slopes and woodland margins in South-West Asia, Armenia, Turkey, Georgia and Iran although it thrives in a variety of climates and can be grown successfully at latitudes as far north as Scotland. It should not be confused with its relatives, the Chinese quince or the flowering quinces of genus either of which is sometimes used as culinary substitutes.

 

Nutritional Information 

Quinces (37.6%), Sugar (33.8%), Water (28.2%), Lemon Juice (0.38%)

PLEASE NOTE ALL OUR PRODUCTS ARE SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS, VEGANS & CELIACS

As with all of our products full documentation covering EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation No. 1169/2011 (EUFIC) Allergenic ingredients by way of a Allergen Checker document can be supplied on request.

Additional information

Weight 400 g
Dimensions 70 x 80 mm

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