Marks and Spencer Sweet Mango Chutney (300g)

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Product information

Who doesn't love the beautiful taste of this M&S sweet mango chutney?

Nothing goes better with naan, poppadoms, or your favourite curry, and it's also great with soft French cheeses, too!

Amazingly versatile and utterly delicious, this chutney is sure to be a winner in your house!

One of our Marks and Spencer branded products, and is suitable for vegetarians.

Ingredients

Mango (52%) , Sugar, Cornflour, Vinegar, Garlic Puree, Salt, Ginger Puree, Concentrated Lemon Juice, Red Chilli Puree, Cumin Seeds, Onion Seeds, Crushed Red Chillies, Garam Masala Spice Blend, Cracked Black Pepper, Fenugreek, Ground Cardamom, Cinnamon (do not use for Cassia), Ground Paprika, Colour: Paprika Extract, Curcumin, Ground Cloves. Garam Masala Spice Blend contains Coriander, Cinnamon, Cumin, Black Pepper, Ginger, Cloves..

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