Delicious fruit spreads, jams

Whether classic strawberry or unusual varieties such as fig, orange or tangerine

Delicious fruit spreads, jams Here, you have a variety of jams, preserves, fruit spreads, dry fruit jams, Mus, etc. each in different flavors.
Delicious fruit spreads, jams Whether classic strawberry or unusual varieties such as fig, orange or tangerine

Here, you have a variety of jams, preserves, fruit spreads, dry fruit jams, Mus, etc. each in different flavors.

  • ALAIN MILLIAT

    A passion for fruit

    Alain Milliat, grandson and son of a farmer and farmer himself, took over the family business in 1983 in Orlienas, France, near Lyon. Milliat spent 15 years restoring and recreating properties using traditional craftsmanship, maintaining them as if they were his own gardens and using natural techniques to respect the environment. At some point, however, he felt that his aesthetic universe was a little limited and began to imagine new horizons beyond his orchards.
    In 1997, the first six juices and nectars were released. Alain randomly selected 60 establishments from the renowned Relais and Chateaux guide and sent his fruit juices to their sommeliers. This great initiative allowed him to make subtle adjustments to texture, the balance of sweetness and acidity, and colors. And so the adventure began. Strengthened by his success in gourmet restaurants, with which he still works to this day, the producer caught the attention of other chefs, grocers and hotel managers. The brand is now represented in more than 40 countries. Maison Alain Milliat continues to grow today without ever compromising its original goal of offering authentic juices for a unique taste experience.


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  • Alain Milliat jams


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  • fruit spreads

    Cartwright and Butler, East Yorkshire

    Lemon Curd is an English specialty, made with lemon juice, eggs and butter.


  • Jams and marmalades

    Scyavuru, Sicily

    Who cooks in Sicily jams, is a clear advantage. The citrus fruits like lemons, tangerines, oranges and blood oranges grown around the town Ribera on the west coast of Sicily. 3 plantations have joined forces and process their fruits when ripe, you can taste it.


  • Jams and marmalades from Le Conserve della Nonna


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  • Jams and marmalades

    Agrimontana, Piedmont

    The specialist for wild fruits and chestnuts buys its raw material for jams and marmalades a entirely in Italy, right where they grow best. Each high fruit content which contains Amarenakonfitüre example, 95 g fruit per 100 g jam.


  • Jams and marmalades

    Le Conserve della Nonna, Emilia Romagna

    After ripe fruit, not too sweet and deliciously creamy, the jams of this traditional company from Italy.


  • wine jellies

    Scyavuru, Sicily

    Wine jellies from sweet wines flatter any hard cheese and the backup good sauces. These unusual jellies are made of typical Sicilian grape varieties and sweet wines.


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