Organic Mulberry Blackberry Compote
The Organic Mulberry Blackberry Compote is a delicacy containing all the intense flavour of these small and fragrant fruits of black-purple. Its sugary taste, delicate and not acidic, makes it perfect to be spread on slices of bread, to be used to prepare tasty tarts or to be combined with tasty pecorino cheeses. The only ingredients that compose it are the fruits (82 grams of fuit to prepare 100 grams of finished product), organic cane sugar and lemon juice. A spoonful of energy you must enjoy to start your day with sweetness.
Type:Organic Blackberry Extra Jam
Producer: Coop. Sociale Koinonia
Made in: Marche (Italia)
Net Weight: 210 g
In the orchard of the Cooperative Koinonia there are beautiful mulberry trees, producing tasty and delicious blackberries. Mulberry has been dedicated to the silkworms breeding over the years and it produces two varieties of fruits. This Jam is prepared with Morus nigra, which has always been the most sought after quality because it is very tasty, to be enjoyed au natural or to make jams or syrups.
The Coop. was founded in 2007, with the purpose of helping disadvantaged people to reintegrate into society through new incentives and growth opportunities. Over the years, with this noble purpose, the Cooperative has created a thriving business, which is closely linked to the territory and offers products rigorously certified as organic by the Environmental and Ethical Certification Institute (ICEA). San Michele Arcangelo's products are handmade, according to the traditional method, and totally respectful of the environment, everything to guarantee the highest quality for the consumer and an unforgettable experience for every palate.
Organic mulberries 88%, organic cane sugar, organic lemon juice. Without added pectin. Nutritional values for 100 gr: Energy Kcal 107, Kj 450; fats 2 g of which satured fatty acids 0,0 g. Carbohydrates 20 g of which sugars 20 g. Proteins 1,5 g. Dietary fibers 1,7 g. Salt 0,0 g.
General Information: Preserves can be consumed au naturel or cooked. How to eat: Preserves are delicious spread on warm bread or on a buttered focaccia or cookies. They pair well also with meat, instead of sauces, and with hard and savoury cheeses. Due to the high percentage of fruit, extra preserves are scrumptious also enjoyed by itself, as a dessert. The preserves can be used also to make baked desserts: pies, cookies and cakes.