Marks and Spencer No Peel Marmalade. (340g)

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Love marmalade, but aren't fond of the bits? This smooth and delicious no peel marmalade from M&S has you covered.

Made from the most juicy and bittersweet oranges, this marmalade is absolutely perfect for spreading on your toast in the mornings.

Get your day off to a tasty start with this popular smooth spread from the nation's most trusted supermarket brand.

One of our Marks and Spencer branded products.

Ingredients

Sugar, Orange Juice from Concentrate, Water, Gelling Agent: Pectin, Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid, E331, Orange Oil, Caramelised Sugar Syrup..

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3 starsRobert from Poland on

Normally i am a great fan of anything Marks and spencer!! we bought the no peel marmalade for the kids as they complained about the bits in it!! Marks and spencer no peel marmalade tastes ok but in my opinion a marmalade with no peel is a jam!! We tried it for a reason on this occasion it did not work out as the kids were not that keen either!!!

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