Mandarin Jam

Sicily as it is known, is renowned for the cultivation of citrus fruits of the highest quality. The first specimens were brought to Sicily from the island of Malta in 1828. Mandarin jam This is the result of a process completely handmade. A genuine product to be enjoyed for breakfast or for a snack, also referred to prepare for confectionery products. Ingredients: pulp and tangerine juice, sugar. Fruit used: 80 gr. for 100 gr. of product. Total sugar content: 55 gr. for 100 gr. of product.

Lemon Jam

The sour taste of lemons, tamed by sugar, jam gives us a great character, destined to the most demanding and refined. Ingredients: pulp and lemon juice, sugar. Fruit used: 80 gr. for 100 gr. of product. Total sugar content: 55 gr. for 100 gr. of product.

Blood Orange Marmalade

The red orange, PGI, namely protected geographical indication, is typical of eastern Sicily. This kind of orange from the intense shades of color, that contains a particular anthocyanin is cyanidin-3-glucoside which has a very powerful antioxidant. This “Glory of eastern Sicily”, therefore, is contained in this jam intense flavor and full of life. Ingredients: flesh and blood orange juice, sugar. Fruit used: 80 gr. for 100 gr. of product. Total sugar content: 55 gr. for 100 gr. of product.

Blackberry Jam

Blackberries, delicious fruits, arise spontaneously in the woods in Sicily. In the kitchen are adoperate in sweets, ice cream and packaged for tasty jams like this. Ingredients: blackberries, gelling agent, pectin, sugar. Fruit used: 60 gr. for 100 gr. of product. Total sugar content: 55 gr. for 100 gr. of product.

Peach Jam and Lemon

A native of Persia, hence the name “Persian” (Persia), this fruit was introduced into the Mediterranean by Alexander the Great. In this jar peaches are offered, in fragrant jam, along with the best Sicilian lemons. Ingredients: peaches, sugar, lemon juice and pulp 10%. Fruit used: 60 gr. for 100 gr. of product. Total sugar content: 55 gr. for 100 gr. of product.