The orange and wild fennel marmalade has a golden, compact, pulpy color and a fruity scent. The taste is delicate and persistent, with a pasty structure that contains traces of the flesh.
Rich in vitamin C, lemons increase the body’s resistance against various chemical, physical and environmental agents, especially in winter. They increase the immune defences against viruses and bacteria, prevent cardiovascular diseases and have an anti-stress action.
Ingredients: Oranges, sugar, wild fennel 2%, lemon juice, vanilla. Gelling agent: pectin.
Oranges slow down tumour degenerative forms, thanks to their strong antioxidant action against free radicals.
Keep the orange and wild fennel marmalade away from heat and direct sunlight, once opened store in the refrigerator.
The words jam and marmalades are often used as synonyms, but in reality they have two fundamentally different meanings:
- marmalade is a preserve made from citrus fruits and sugar, where the fruits make up at least 20% of the total weight of the preparation;
- jam is a preserves prepared with any other fruit, not with citrus fruit.