Marks and Spencer Raspberry Conserve (340g)

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Product information

Everyone loves the delicious taste of M&S raspberry conserve on toast in the mornings!

With its delightful sweetness and subtle sharpness, it's the perfect way to get your day off to a wonderful start.

Yet another superb product from this truly impressive range, and one the whole family will love.

One of our Marks and Spencer branded products. Take advantage of our current sale discount, saving you £1.13, and is suitable for vegetarians.

Ingredients

Fairtrade Sugar, Raspberries, Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid, E331, Gelling Agent: Pectin..

Product reviews

5 starsRobert from Poland on

if you like me enjoy a fruit conserve that is tart and acidic then im sure you will enjoy Marks and spencer raspberry conserve!!! it is a great tasting fruity product packed to the rafters with raspberries defenitely not over sweet and goes very well on tpast or with fresh crusty bread or dare i say on top of a golden brown crumpet

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