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Den Gamle Fabrik Apelsin Marmelad - Orange Marmelade 380g
The Old Factory Apricot Marmalade - with easy-to-open lid. THE OLD FACTORY has been making jams from the finest fruits and berries for 175 years. GAMLE FABRIK makes its marmalade in open pots just like in the past. Our jam is made under gentle heating and then poured into a jar. In this way, the raw materials retain their natural taste, and the berries and pieces of fruit are preserved in the best way.
Orange marmalade from Den Gamle Fabrik, a fantastically good marmalade with a wonderful taste of orange. The marmalade is perfect both on the breakfast table and with the cheese tray. And the best thing after the taste is the easy-to-open lid! Den Gamle Fabrik has been making marmalades from the finest fruits and berries for over 175 years. Just like in the old days, the marmalade is made in open pots under gentle heating. It is a winning concept for preserving the natural taste of the ingredients and maintaining the good berries and fruit pieces that add that little something extra. Get more tips about the marmalade at dengamlefabrik.se
Nutritional content: energy 860 Kilojoules, energy 210 Kilocalories, fat 0 Gram, of which saturated fat 0 Gram, carbohydrate 49 Gram, of which sugars 48 Gram, protein 0 Gram, salt 0.02 Gram
Ingredients: Orange, sugar, water, acid (citric acid, ascorbic acid), thickener (pectin, fruit pulp), preservative (potassium sorbate). Contains 45 g of oranges per 100 g.Ingredients Apricot (contains SULFUR DIOXIDE), sugar, water, acid (citric acid), thickener (pectin), preservative (potassium sorbate). Contains 45 g apricots per 100 g.
German: Orangen Marmelade
Zutaten: Orange, Zucker, Wasser, Säuerungsmittel (Zitronensäure, Ascorbinsäure), Verdickungsmittel (Pektin, Fruchtmark), Konservierungsmittel (Kaliumsorbat). Enthält 45 g Orangen pro 100 g.
Nährstoffgehalt: Energie 860 Kilojoule, Energie 210 Kilokalorien, Fett 0 Gramm, davon gesättigtes Fett 0 Gramm, Kohlenhydrate 49 Gramm, davon Zucker 48 Gramm, Protein 0 Gramm, Salz 0,02 Gramm
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